Indeed, Burnley's official site has confirmed that the Republic of Ireland worldwide faces a "substantial" time on the sidelines as manager Sean Dyche lamented losing yet another key player for the rest of the 2017/18 campaign.
"I spoke to (Brady) briefly and he understands, he's been talked through the plan of attack from now until when he's fit".
With his dead ball delivery, shooting ability and versatility, he was identified by Dyche as a vital cog in Burnley's push for their highest Premier League placing. It would be too general.
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"The positively aggressive way they treat them now, he'll be moving very quickly".
The midfielder was left clutching his knee during the first half of the Clarets' defeat to Leicester City following an awkward but accidental collision with his former Hull City team-mate Harry Maguire.
Sean Dyche has also been speaking about Brady's injury on Wednesday. "I think he's moulded into what we do as a group and his part within that", said Dyche.
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"It is sad news but we'll still have him around and he lives beside me so I can get him to tell me a few jokes back home".
"I've mentioned many times my belief in the whole group and here's another chance for it to shine". "When you have such a strong start to the season people are surprised with that".
"We will be looking to be active". It's an on-going thing for us, recruitment.
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"I think we are in a very healthy position, probably more than I thought".