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Eagles chief confirms long-term injury for Glenn Murray

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CRYSTAL Palace co-chairman Steve Parish has revealed striker Glenn Murray faces a lengthy spell on the sidelines after confirming the 29-year-old has "torn his cruciate" in his knee following an MRI scan yesterday.

And the Eagles supremo told Advertiser Sport following last night's 2-0 win at Brighton & Hove Albion in the second leg of their Championship play-off clash that the 30-goal hitman could go under the knife in the next few days.

"His cruciate has torn right the way through - I think it has separated," said Parish.

"His cartilage, he's got problems with that as well, so it's a pretty bad one.

"He will go in for the operation either this week or next week and it depends on the swelling.

"If the swelling goes down this week, the quicker we can get it done and the quicker we can get him back.

"He's just got a lot of work to do. The shortest he could be out for his six months, or it could be a year.

"It really depends on the complications once they go in there and have a look."

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