Gera blow rocks West Brom

The Hungary captain suffered the setback after 21 minutes at The

Hawthorns. He will undergo further scans this week but Baggies boss

Roy Hodgson fears the worst. He told the club’s official website:

“Zoltan has done really well since coming into the team three games

ago and his performances quickly justified how highly we rate him.

“We still don’t know for sure how long he will be out for but we

know we won’t be able to call on his services for the foreseeable

future. This will be a major blow both on the training pitch and

the match arena. “Zoltan is now in the hands of our excellent

medical and sports science department and we just have to hope and

pray that his stint on the sidelines is not an overly prolonged

one.” Gera initially joined West Brom from Ferencvaros in 2004,

making over 150 appearances before signing for Fulham four years

later. He moved back to the West Midlands over the summer, signing

a two-year contract.