Baily Cargill returns to Bournemouth following ankle injury blow against Rochdale...
Bournemouth loanee, Baily Cargill has rejoined his parent club for physio following an ankle injury sustained against Rochdale at the weekend.
Cargill was unable to continue after half-time on Saturday and has returned to his south-coast club to undergo a scan, which will determine the extent of the injury.
The 20-year old defender has made a bright start to life in the West Midlands, following two 'man of the match awards' in four League One appearances.
Sky Blues’ manager, Tony Mowbray has said that a decision will be made after a scan but he will be monitoring Cargill's progress over coming days.
Mowbray said: “Baily [Cargill] has gone back to Bournemouth. He’ll be getting a scan today. His ankle was swollen and blown up after the game.
“After discussions between the physio departments it was best to get Baily back to Bournemouth and get a scan.
“We’ll speak to Bournemouth and decide what is best for the lad.
“We’ve got a few options. Aaron Martin, Peter Ramage can come in. Sam Ricketts can move across and Martin Lorentzson can play right-back.”