Anxious injury wait for Norwich City youngster Louis Ramsay after being taken off on a stretcher during Woking game

Norwich City youngster Louis Ramsay is spending the season on loan at Woking. Picture by Matthew Ush

Norwich City youngster Louis Ramsay is spending the season on loan at Woking. Picture by Matthew Usher/Focus Images - Credit: Matthew Usher/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City youngster Louis Ramsay is anxiously awaiting news of an injury picked up while playing for loan club Woking on Saturday.

The right-back was making his 10th National League appearance of the campaign for the Cards but was taken off on a stretcher in the 70th minute of a 2-0 home win over Sutton United.

The 19-year-old was on the wrong end of a crunching tackle and is hoping his injury won’t disrupt a good start to his loan, with the Surrey side 10th in their league.

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Woking boss, Anthony Limbrick, told BBC Surrey Sport: “It didn’t look good, anyone who gets stretchered off never looks good but hopefully he’ll be okay. We’ll have a look at him during the week, hopefully it’s one of those that looks worse than it is but I’m guessing he’ll probably have to go for a scan to have a look at it.”

The former Tottenham trainee, who signed a two-year professional deal with City in 2016, with the option of an extra year, is due to spend the whole campaign at Woking.


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