Cardiff loanee Omar Bogle’s Portsmouth season could be over after missing today’s win over Coventry

Omar Bogle's season could be over.

Tuesday, 23rd April 2019, 4:34 pm

Kenny Jackett admitted the on-loan Cardiff striker may not feature again for Pompey after he missed today’s 2-1 victory over Coventry.

Bogle is on crutches after picking up swelling on his knee and ankle in Good Friday’s win at Burton Albion.

Jackett conceded it’s unlikely the 25-year-old will feature in the remaining three League One fixtures against Sunderland, Peterborough and Accrington.

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Omar Bogle. Picture: Joe Pepler

And if the Blues miss out on automatic promotion, Pompey are unsure whether Bogle will recover in time for the play-offs.

The manager said: ‘Omar has a knee and an ankle injury for a challenge he got booked on at Burton.

‘He is on crutches at the moment so it doesn’t look like for the next week or two he’ll be fit.

‘There's quite a bit of swelling on both the knee and ankle.

‘You’d think he’s odds against it (to play for the remainder of the normal season).

‘It looks like it’ll need a couple of weeks at least

‘Maybe, maybe (he could be fit for the play-offs).

‘We’re just waiting for the swelling to go down but playing Saturday, Tuesday, Saturday, it looks tough to envisage him in any of those games.

‘Beyond that, I don’t know.’

Bogle has scored four goals in 12 appearances during his Fratton Park spell.