HTAFC loan player hit by injury
Huddersfield Town loanee Jack Robinson has returned to parent club Queens Park Rangers and is set for a spell on the sidelines due to a knee injury.
Jack, who joined the Club on a season-long Standard Loan in August 2014, injured his knee late into Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Birmingham City.
Subsequently, upon his return to QPR, Jack’s issue has been diagnosed as a serious injury to his knee – ruling him out for an expected nine to 12 months.
Huddersfield Town Manager Chris Powell commented:
“We’re all extremely sad to hear of the extent of Jack’s injury. He’s been great for us this season and it’s a real blow that he will be out of action.”
“Everyone at Huddersfield Town wishes Jack the quickest possible recovery; we’re all looking forward to seeing him back on the pitch.”
He departs Huddersfield Town having made 31 starts for the Club.