‘Not in a great place’ How Derby County player reacted to latest blowGeorge Thorne suffered a dislocated shoulder on his full debut for loan club Oxford United in their Carabao Cup third round tie against West Ham UnitedOxford United’s George Thorne leaves the field with an arm injury (Image: PA)Get the biggest Weekday Derby County FC stories by emailSubscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailGeorge Thorne is “not in a great place” following his latest injury blow, according to Oxford United boss Karl Robinson.The Derby County midfielder suffered a dislocated shoulder 19 minutes into his full debut for loan club Oxford on Wednesday night.Thorne, whose Rams career has been blighted by injuries, is now waiting to discover the extent of the damage to see how long he will be out of action for.Read MoreDerby County live Fallout from alleged drink driving controversy involving Rams stars”The X ray came back OK but the main worry was about the damage to the ligaments, which only an MRI scan can tell us,” Robinson told the Oxford Mail.”I spoke to him first thing (Thursday) and he’s not in a great place.”On Thorne unfortunate injury record, Robinson added: “Sometimes you find that stuff does follow you around.”He’s got to make sure he stays strong in himself he’s got the support of me, the staff and the players.”Read Moreinside Our verdict on the controversy dragging Derby County name through the mudIn Thorne absence, Oxford went on to beat Premier League side West Ham United 4 0 to book a place in the last 16 of the competition, where they face fellow League One club Sunderland at home.”He (Thorne) is ecstatic for the players the first thing he said was: ‘What a great result’, and that just shows the type of man that he is,” said Robinson.Thorne joined Oxford in August, on a loan deal until January. He is in the final year of his contract at Pride Park.Read MoreDerby County not run and hide from turbulent past few daysThe 26 year old last appearance in Derby first team was in the 4 1 home defeat by Sunderland in March 2018..
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