LUCKLESS Curtis Good is back in the treatment room at Newcastle United.
The defender made his comeback from a hamstring injury in last week’s friendly win over Consett.
But the 20-year-old wasn’t involved in Tuesday’s Under-21 Premier League Cup defeat to Birmingham City after suffering a groin problem.
“Curtis has a groin strain,” reserve team manager Willie Donachie said.
“We missed his experience and strength.”
Good – who had a spell at Bradford City last season – had been keen for another loan to gain more first-team experience.
The Australia Under-20 international made his senior United debut in the club’s Capital One Cup win over Morecambe in August.
Meanwhile, ex-Newcastle midfielder Brad Inman has been made available for loan by Crewe Alexandra – just three months after joining the club.
The League One side’s manager, Steve Davis, has criticised Inman’s “attitude”.