Hibbert suffers dislocated knee

17 November 2010 09:58
Peterborough striker Dave Hibbert faces a lengthy spell on the sidelines after dislocating his knee in Tuesday's FA Cup win over Stockport.The 24-year-old was stretchered off just 10 minutes after coming on as a substitute in the 4-1 first round replay success at London Road. [LNB]"It was nasty, the lads knew straight away what had happened," Posh boss Gary Johnson told BBC Radio Cambridgeshire. [LNB]"That's a real unfortunate one. He's going to be out for some time." [LNB]Hibbert joined United from Shrewsbury Town in May but has made just 11 appearances for Johnson's side, scoring one goal. [LNB]His only start came in the 3-2 Johnstone's Paint Trophy defeat by Huddersfield.[LNB] It did not look good, stretchered off and taken straight to the medical room with the club doctor alongside him oldposhpete "Poor lad, I don't know what black cat he ran over but it must have been a big one because he's been so unlucky," added Johnson. [LNB]"He's devastated and all the lads are trying to pick him up." [LNB]The club will assess the full extent of the injury before determining when Hibbert can begin rehabilitation.

Source: BBC_Sport