Queens Park Rangers winger Bright Osayi-Samuel has sent a supportive message to Luke Amos after he was ruled out for the remainder of the season.
The midfielder ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament in the draw at Bournemouth on Saturday and he will be out for around nine months as a result.
Obviously, that is a major setback for the player and the R’s, as Amos had started every league game under Mark Warburton this season.
And, Osayi-Samuel took to his Instagram story to wish the 23-year-old well, stating; ‘I’m praying for you bro’.
Amos spent last season on loan with the Hoops and he clearly impressed, with QPR moving to make it permanent in the summer, with the energetic midfielder agreeing a three-year deal with the club.
Warburton’s men will play their first game without Amos this evening when they take on Preston at Loftus Road and Tom Carroll is one of the options for the boss to step in.
The R’s are looking for their first win since the opening day of the campaign when they beat Nottingham Forest.
This was a bitter blow for QPR and you have to feel sorry for Amos as it’s one of the worst injuries a player can get.
He will appreciate the messages of support from Osayi-Samuel and other teammates, with the focus now on his recovery.
That’s all he can do and whilst it will seem a long way off, Amos is still a young player and he has the potential to play a key role for the R’s in the years to come.
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