Tuesday, 20 September 2016

Lampard At Risk Of Missing Rest Of MLS Season

The ex-England international risks spending up to a month on the sidelines with a calf strain, inflicting a huge blow on New York City in the final crucial weeks of the campaign

Frank Lampard is expected to be out for the next three to four weeks due to a calf strain, potentially ruling him out for the remainder of New York City's MLS season.

The veteran midfielder sustained the injury in their 2-2 MLS draw with Dallas on Sunday, with the news a big blow to Patrick Vieira's men.

Former England international Lampard has been in excellent form for New York City this season, scoring 12 goals and registering an assist.

New York City are third in the Eastern Conference with four games of the regular season remaining.

The outfit are level on points with second-placed New York Red Bulls and take on Chicago Fire at Yankee Stadium on Saturday.

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