Snodgrass set for long absence
Hull's summer signing Robert Snodgrass could be missing for six months after dislocating a knee on his debut.
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The Scotland midfielder - bought from Norwich in June - was injured during his new club's 1-0 win at QPR on the opening day of the Premier League season.
And a scan today will determine whether Snodgrass also suffered ligament damage which would require surgery.
Speaking after his side's 1-0 win at Loftus Road on Saturday, Hull manager Steve Bruce said: "Snodgrass is a concern. He's twisted his knee. He's in a brace and crutches at the moment - touch wood he's not too bad.
"We fear ligament damage and, if it is, it'll obviously be a long time. Hopefully it's not."
Snodgrass wrote on Twitter: "Gutted ....!!! But I will work as hard as I can to come back fitter and stronger."