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Australian Football: Reds fear for Toure season

Adelaide United fear they could be without Mohamed Toure for the rest of the season as he may need surgery to fix his shoulder.

The Reds are priced at 1/1 to finish in the top six of the A-League this season and are not being helped by a crippling injury list.

Toure concern

Toure picked up the shoulder injury during the recent game with Melbourne Victory and could need surgery to fix the damage.
That would put him out for the season and would be another blow for boss Carl Veart.

The Reds are in action against Macarthur and Toure will not be the only absentee as Veart’s men look for the first win in five games.

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Louis D’Arrigo, Bernardo, George Blackwood and Ryan Kitto but Veart says they will soldier on.

"We're going through a bit of a dip at the moment but we'll work through it," Veart told reporters on Thursday. "You saw last week how much effort they put into the game and they were very disappointed, we'll bounce back this week.”

Home comforts

Adelaide remain fifth on the A-League ladder but some of the chasing pack have played two games less. Points in the bag matter and the Reds will have home advantage for most of their games.

"It's been a difficult season to work out where you are, we're not going to know until virtually everyone's played the same amount of games,” Veart added. "We've got five games and four of them are at home, do the job at home and we'll play finals football."

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