The 25-year-old will miss the rest of the season after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee during the Giants’ loss to Geelong on the weekend.
The Greater Western Sydney Giants have announced that defender Tim Mohr will undergo a knee reconstruction and will miss the remainder of the AFL season.
Mohr injured his knee during the Giants’ agonising seven-point loss to Geelong on the weekend and scans have revealed a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee.
It’s the latest injury setback for Mohr, who has only played eight games this season due to foot and knee injuries.
The 25-year-old has played 43 AFL games since debuting with the Giants in 2012.
Giants football manager Graeme Allan said Mohr’s injury is an unlucky one, but the club is confident of a full recovery.
“It’s very unfortunate for Tim but we are confident he can make a full recovery and resume playing football next year.”
Mohr joins Jeremy Cameron (ankle), Stephen Coniglio (thumb), Lachie Whitfield (shoulder), Nick Haynes (ankle) and Aidan Corr (shoulder) on the sidelines for the rest of this season.