St. Johnstone Midfielder Cammy MacPherson has had a rotten time with injuries since joining the club in last summer's infamous deadline day scramble.
Days after signing for Saints he dislocated his shoulder in a bounce game, which ended up keeping him out of action for nearly a month. In his debut campaign he then picked up 2 more injuries, which kept him out of action - stopping him from getting a proper run in the team.
Overall, MacPherson missed 12 games with injury last term, in an unfortunate bout of bad luck. This season he had hoped to finally get consistent playing time and a good run in the team, with his performances so far this campaign looking positive so far.
This only lasted so long, however, with the Midfielder having to be subbed off 7 minutes into the game against Rangers, being replaced by new signing Daniel Phillips. MacPherson was suspected to have picked up a thing injury, with Davidson originally estimating around a month out.
[MacPherson is forced off through injury - Image: Craig Williamson/SNS Group]
News has broken today though, and it is not looking good for MacPherson, who has damaged the tendon in his leg and will be forced to see a specialist - with the new timeframe for his estimated recovery being around 3 months - which will most likely not see him play any football prior to the World Cup winter break in November.
This is devastating news for Cammy MacPherson, who has now picked up 4 separate injuries during his time at the club. Hopefully, his luck can turn when he returns from his latest and indeed likely to be longest, injury lay-off.