The left-sided central-defender was substituted at half time in the game against Rochdale after injuring his ankle in a tackle and a scan at parent club Bournemouth has now revealed the full extent of the injury.
The defender has suffered ankle ligament damage and has been ruled out for between two and three months, and Coventry City manager Tony Mowbray has been speaking about the injury to the Club’s official website;
“Baily Cargill looks to have finished for us for the season.
“He is between two and three months out, and there are only eight/nine weeks worth of the season left. We should move on without Baily at this moment in time.
“He is back at Bournemouth, his scan showed quite bad ligament damage.
“It’s the curse of the left-sided centre-half. It is a blow, but we have to get on with it and find a way to start winning football matches.”
In four League One appearances, Cargill picked up two man of the match awards and scored his first professional goal in the 6-0 home victory over Bury.