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Diame facing extensive lay-off

Filed: Sunday, 9th December 2012
By: Staff Writer

West Ham midfielder Momo Diame could be out for up to three months after tearing a hamstring against Liverpool this afternoon.

The Senegalese midfielder pulled up midway through the second half before being stretchered off.

And Sam Allardyce revealed after the game that Diame could be facing "eight to twelve weeks" out as a result.

Diame, who was instrumental in West Ham taking a 2-1 lead in today's game will undergo a scan to determine the extent of the injury tomorrow. West Ham were beaten 3-2.

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