New England Revolution midfielder Andy Dorman will be out of the lineup for a minimum of six games after suffering a knee injury against the Chicago Fire last Saturday at Gillette Stadium.
Dorman has been diagnosed with a sprained MCL in his right knee. He left last weekend’s match in the 29th minute after falling to the pitch awkwardly.
The 32-year-old struggled to get to his feet. Coach Jay Heaps quickly subbed him out of the game in favor of a replacment. Dorman was seen leaving the stadium on crouches with a brace on the knee.
The team placed Dorman on the disabled list. The injury is expected to sideline him for 10-12 weeks. He’ll likely miss at least six games during that time span.
The earliest he could be healthily activated is August 23 when the Revs face-off against Chivas USA.
Dorman played in 15 games for the Revs this season. He tallied one assist.