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Rovers boss Brabin reveals extend of Hogan injury

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Tranmere Rovers manager Gary Brabin was able to bring an update on the latest injury situation in his press conference on Monday.

Rovers were forced to make three substitutions on Saturday at Boreham Wood with Jay Harris, Liam Hogan and Gary Taylor-Fletcher all limping out of the action.

Brabin confirmed that central defender Hogan is the one which looks the most severe.

He told Tranmere Player: "Liam Hogan is as bad as we first feared, he's probably going to be out for about two months.

"We've just got him back after a hernia operation and then this happens, so it's unfortunate but it is what it is. We'll move on.

"With Jay Harris, we'll have to monitor how he progresses, but we can't put any timescale on that at the moment.

"We seem to have had our fair share of injuries. But that is why we have strength in depth in the squad. It gives other players the chance to come in and stake their claim for a place in the team."

Source: www.tranmererovers.co.uk

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