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Ashley Browne  April 13, 2013 9:59 PM


MAtthew Kreuzer will miss up to two months with a broken thumb

CARLTON big man Matthew Kreuzer will miss the next six to eight weeks after breaking his thumb in the side's 16-point loss to Geelong on Saturday night.
The 23-year-old hurt his thumb in the first quarter and immediately left the ground. By quarter-time he had been substituted off the ground and was on his way to hospital for scans.

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Carlton coach Mick Malthouse confirmed the diagnosis after the game.
"That's the nature of the game. It's a contact sport. You win some, you get some back, you lose some. No-one wants to lose good players," Malthouse said.

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Kreuzer's injury comes at a terrible time for the Blues, who travel to Perth to play the resurgent West Coast next Saturday night. 

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"We'll use (Levi) Casboult or (Robert) Warnock. One of them will come into the side and we'll go from there," Malthouse said.
The Blues are still yet to register a win this season.