THE young body of Cameron Sangster is the latest entrant through the revolving door of Argyle’s busy treatment room.
An unfortunate accident in the midweek win over Bristol Rovers in the Central League has left Sangster with a severe ankle injury, similar to that suffered by goalkeeper Harry Burgoyne, and facing a few months on the sidelines.
It is a cruel blow for a promising talent but the Pilgrim support network is already rallying around to ensure the recovery is as swift as possible.
“Cameron has got a similar injury to Harry Burgoyne,” said manager Derek Adams. “He’s snapped the bone on the outside of his ankle, so he’s going to be out for three or four months.
“It is [disappointing] but a situation where you can do nothing about it. He slipped on the pitch and tried to put his weight back on his right foot, and that’s when he got injured.
“I spoke to him yesterday and he was in relatively good spirits, but, until it sinks in, he’s going to get another plaster on and it will be hard for him.
“He will get all the support he needs. We’ve also got Gary Sawyer in a similar situation, not the same injury, but a similar situation.”