Tracy misses rest of Danish season with injury
American forward Marcus Tracy says he is likely to miss the rest of AGF Aalborg's season in the Danish League because of a knee injury.
Tracy told the local newspaper Nordjyske Stiftstidende on Wednesday that he will undergo treatment in the U.S. for a condition called ``jumper's knee.''
After that he must rest for six weeks, so it will be hard to get back into shape by the time the Danish season ends in mid-May.
``It's probably not realistic that I am back in action this spring,'' Tracy said.
A 23-year-old from Chestnut Hill, Pa., who won the 2008 Hermann Trophy at Wake Forest, Tracy joined Aalborg in 2009.
He was called into U.S. national team training camp in January ahead of an exhibition against Honduras but missed the match because of his injury. He has not played for the U.S. national team.