Darlington Nagbe Week-To-Week with Left Hamstring Strain
ATLANTA - Atlanta United today announced that midfielder Darlington Nagbe is week-to-week with a low-grade left hamstring strain. He suffered the injury during Atlanta United's 3-1 win against New York City FC on Sunday.
Nagbe was due to travel with the U.S. Men's National Team during the current FIFA window, but will stay in Atlanta to rehabilitate the injury.
With the international break, Atlanta United is off this weekend and returns to action on Sunday, Nov. 25 when it hosts New York Red Bulls (5:00 p.m., ESPN) for Leg One of the Eastern Conference Finals.
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