Leeds United defender Darren O`Dea will definitely be missing from the squad for Wednesday nights game with Blackpool and he is doubtful for the weekend trip to Leicester City.
O`Dea had to be replaced early in the game against Cardiff City at the weekend after complaining of blurred vision.
The defender suffered a head injury in the defeat at Birmingham City last Wednesday but he was passed fit to play on Sunday.
Leeds boss Simon Grayson says that he is also doubtful for the weekend trip to Leicester City. Speaking on Yorkshire Radio, Grayson said, “He didn`t suffer any concussion on Wednesday night, he was fine to play. Something just happened again, which mean`t he had a bit of blurred vision down one side. He will be ruled out for Wednesday night and he is touch and go for the weekend.”
The player, on loan from Celtic has returned to his parent club to be assessed by their club doctors.
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