Garcia frustrated by injuries

Brighton boss Oscar Garcia has admitted his frustration at the club's lengthening injury list.

Last Updated: 24/10/13 at 16:41 Post Comment

Oscar Garcia: Hoping for better luck on injury front

Oscar Garcia: Hoping for better luck on injury front

Winger Kazenga LuaLua is the latest casualty after suffering a knee injury which requires surgery and will keep him out for eight weeks.

The Seagulls have also been without Liam Bridcutt, Andrea Orlandi, Leonardo Ulloa, Craig Mackail-Smith, Will Hoskins and Kemy Agustien for much of the season.

Garcia said: "It has been very frustrating for all of us, but we have to stick together as a club, with the fans, and keep going.

"We still have enough quality in the squad, and we know that once we do overcome this period and get everyone fit our squad can rival any other in the Championship."

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