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Injured Reggae Boy Ethan Pinnock Likely to Miss Jamaica’s Nation’s League Semi Against the USA

Brentford’s defensive stalwart, Ethan Pinnock, faces a frustrating setback and he is expected to miss Jamaica’s crucial Concacaf Nation’s League semi-final clash against the United States due to an ankle injury.

The news comes following Brentford boss Thomas Frank’s revelation that Pinnock will be sidelined until after the international break in March.

Pinnock, a cornerstone of Brentford’s backline, sustained the injury during a Premier League encounter against Wolves, further exacerbating Brentford’s defensive concerns.

With Pinnock absent, Brentford’s defense struggled to contain Liverpool, succumbing to a 4-1 defeat in their recent outing.


Thomas Frank expressed his confidence in the squad’s ability to cope with Pinnock’s absence, stating, “It’s up to others to step up.

The injury also dashes hopes for Jamaica’s national team, as Pinnock is a key figure for the Reggae Boyz.

Jamaica’s Concacaf Nation’s League semi-final against the United States, scheduled for March 21, 2024, will likely proceed without the services of the experienced defender.

Pinnock’s absence could prove to be a significant blow for Jamaica’s aspirations in the tournament.

In addition to Pinnock, Brentford finds themselves grappling with a string of injuries to key players including Aaron Hickey, Rico Henry, Kevin Schade, Bryan Mbuemo, and Josh Dasilva.

These absences pose a considerable challenge for Brentford as they strive to maintain their Premier League status amidst a congested and competitive campaign.

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