Montano out for two months

Oldham winger Cristian Montano is expected to spend at least two months on the sidelines after scans confirmed a torn thigh muscle.

Last Updated: 09/01/13 at 13:41

Montano: Sidelined for a spell

Montano: Sidelined for a spell

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Montano, who missed Latics' dramatic 3-2 FA Cup triumph over Nottingham Forest after suffering the injury at Scunthorpe on New Year's

Day, has suffered a grade two tear that means an absence of between eight to 10 weeks.

The 21-year-old moved to Boundary Park from West Ham in August and has made 28 appearances for Paul Dickov's men this season.

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