McFlynn?s involvement in the round 12 contest came to an end after a heavy collision with Reds? defender Scott Jamieson in the 56th minute of the match, and scans taken today are expected to confirm a grade two tear to the Posterior Cruciate Ligament in his left knee.
?It?s disappointing but my focus now is on my rehab and building up the strength in my knee so I can get back on the field as soon as possible,? said the 27-year-old. ?It?s been a tough few weeks for the club but we?ve got more than enough talent to turn things around and I?m looking forward to being back in time for the finals.?
While McFlynn?s loss comes as a blow to the Sky Blues there is some good news on the injury front, with Jacob Timpano.
The talented central defender has been back in full training for a number of weeks and last weekend returned to the fray, playing the full 90 minutes in Sydney?s National Youth League victory over Adelaide.
?It felt good to be back,? he said. ?I?ve been working hard on my fitness since having the bone spur removed from my ankle and I?m feeling 100%.?
?My aim is to regain my spot in the first team do my bit to help Sydney win another championship.?