Dartford have revealed that Callum McNaughton is expected to be out for six weeks, after an x-ray showed that he had fractured his metatarsal bone.

A statement on the Darts website said “Following on from Saturday’s match which saw Callum McNaughton substituted at half time due to injury, Callum has now had an X-Ray which has shown a fracture to his metatarsal bone in his foot.

Callum is currently in a plaster cast for the next week, and is expected to be out of action for 6 weeks.

Tony Burman said “This is a blow to the squad – Callum has been a starting player for almost all games this season. It now puts pressure on the squad to pull together in his absence. Hopefully we’ll have an update on his condition in due course.”

Source: www.dartfordfc.com

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