Aberdeen damage sweat as defender Jack MacKenzie undergoes thigh scan
Left-back MacKenzie didn’t journey to Spain with the Dons for his or her week-long heat climate coaching camp.
As a substitute the defender remained at house for a scan on the damage picked up within the 2-1 pleasant defeat of Buckie Thistle on Saturday.
Aberdeen defender Jack MacKenzie is ready to endure a scan on a thigh damage within the Granite Metropolis.
Aberdeen boss Jim Goodwin faces a health sweat over the defender and fears MacKenzie may very well be out for as much as six weeks.
Goodwin stated: “Jack MacKenzie has an MRI and it may very well be something from two weeks to 6 weeks.
“The entire thing about pre-season is to attempt to get by means of all the video games and all the classes damage free.
“Sadly on Saturday, and I’ve to say no fault of the Buckie gamers, Jack pulled a thigh.”
Winger Matty Kennedy (hamstring) and midfielder Connor Barron (knee) additionally picked up knocks within the defeat of Highland League Buckie Thistle.
Kennedy got here by means of a full coaching session on the La Finca resort this morning.
Goodwin stated: “Matty was extra precaution. He was working on Monday and appeared okay so we bought him again into the group.
“Connor Barron went right into a silly sort out that he shouldn’t have and simply tweaked his knee a wee bit.
“It isn’t a significant concern and I feel it is going to quiet down.”