Altidore was substituted during the game against New England Revolution after straining his hamstring and Toronto now face the possibility of five games without their target man.
Games Altidore could miss:
– Toronto vs Portland, May 23
– Toronto vs San Jose Earthquakes, May 30
– DC United vs Toronto, June 6
– Toronto vs New York City, June 20
The US Men’s National Team will also be concerned about Altidore’s injury with the Gold Cup just a couple of months away.
Toronto have scored 13 times so far this season, which means Altidore has contributed for more than one third of their goals.
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Statistically Jozy Altidore has the fourth best conversion rate for players who have scored five or more goals so far this season.
Based on the stats Altidore is going to be a big miss and Toronto will be hoping he won’t be out any longer than anticipated.
How much will Toronto miss the prolific frontman?