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If Whalley's medial ligament has snapped then he will be sidelined for the rest of the season.
Moore added: "Most players have had a medial ligament injury at some point.
The medial ligament is damaged and I have also hurt a ligament that is attached to the patella.
In fact, John Aloisi has no medial ligaments and he still plays with no problems.
He's got a grade two tear of his medial ligament in his knee.
Early indications are that the 27-year-old might have damaged medial ligaments, suggesting he could be out until December.
Former Cardiff City defender Delaney has had a lengthy series of setbacks and is again on the sidelines for three to four weeks with a recurrence of medial ligament damage in his knee.
The transfer-listed Southgate hobbled out of Villa Park on crutches after suffering medial ligament damage when he fell awkwardly on his right knee during the first half of Villa's 1-0 success.
WEST BROM v FULHAM, TODAY, 3PM: West Brom will be forced into one change from the side which won at Middlesbrough with midfielder Kim Do-Heon ruled out of the Fulham match with medial ligament damage.
But that cannot happen until mid-February as Webster is recovering from a medial ligament injury.
Anthony Barness is out with medial ligament damage and Julio Cesar is out for at least another week with a broken toe.
Going into the game, Ambrose had only played 30 minutes of competitive football, away to Hapoel Bnei Sakhnin, having started the season in the treatment room after he tore his medial ligament against Rangers in pre-season.

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