Curbs delivers injury update
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Alan Curbishley has delivered an injury bulletin on his walking wounded.
Alan Curbishley has delivered an injury bulletin on his walking wounded after Charlton Athletic limped their way through the 2-1 win over Portsmouth.
The Addicks had made all three substitutions when Icelandic stopper Hermann Hreidarsson picked up a knock on his ankle and was sent into attack.
The most serious problem appears to lie with Jonathan Spector as the on-loan Manchester United defender's season could be over.
Curbishley revealed that the USA youngster has "put his collarbone out" which could also throw his participation in this summer's World Cup finals into doubt.
Confirmation of the injury is expected soon after he travelled to hospital but the American is in good company on the treatment table as Jerome Thomas (knee) and Marcus Bent (hamstring) were also substituted on Easter Monday.
Addicks boss Curbishley admitted defender Gonzalo Sorondo was complaining about a sore groin at half time and youngster Osei Sankofa needed stitches in an ankle wound.
Charlton's next Premiership assignment is against Bolton Wanderers at The Reebok Stadium this weekend.