Defender Scott Kennedy injures shoulder 3 weeks from Canada’s World Cup opener


Canadian defender Scott Kennedy has suffered a shoulder damage on the eve of the World Cup.

SSV Jahn Regensburg, Kennedy’s German membership, stated the 25-year-old from Calgary was injured in final Saturday’s 3-0 loss to Rostock. Kennedy was compelled to depart within the seventh minute.

There was no quick phrase on the time-frame for Kennedy’s return both from his membership or Canada Soccer. The Forty first-ranked Canadians open World Cup play in opposition to No. 2 Belgium on Nov. 23 in Qatar.

Kennedy, an imposing defender at shut to 6 foot three, has received eight caps for Canada.

SSV Jahn Regensburg (5-6-3) stands ninth within the second-tier Bundesliga 2.

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