Fury suffer more injury pain

North Queensland Fury just can't catch a break in its inaugural Hyundai A-League season.

North Queensland Fury just can't catch a break in its inaugural Hyundai A-League season.

Its early campaign has been so far riddled with injuries.

Even before the season began the club lost striker Jeremy Brockie and defenders Jacob Timpano and Scott Wilson.

Wilson was back on board for a few games before suffering a season ending knee injury, just one week after Socceroo Shane Stefanutto endured the same fate.

It had also lost in-from defender Karl Dodd to a knee problem in Round 7 and now key backman Robbie Middleby has been sidelined with a foot ligament complaint.

If that's all not enough, now the attackers are feeling the pain as well.

"Yeah, look we've got a few problems personnel wise," coach Ian Ferguson confirmed prior to the club's Round 12 clash with Perth at Dairy Farmers stadium.

"We had a couple of injuries during the week again."

Though he wouldn't confirm which players were in doubt, there's speculation striker Daniel McBreen is one of them after he missed at least the start of the Fury's final training session before the match.

Ferguson did confirm it wasn't his defenders in trouble this time.

"No they're fine, it's more in an attacking sense and the midfield," he said.

"But they might be OK."

Captain Robbie Fowler is confident the injury problems won't impact dramatically on the field.

"The lads who're not injured it doesn't affect," the Liverpool legend said.

"Whatever team the manager puts out there we've all got to accept it. There's not a lot you can do, there's no point crying about it, things happen like that in football so we'll just get on with it."

Last time the Fury met Perth was in Western Australia in Round 9.

North Queensland played the second half a man down after midfielder Ufuk Talay was red carded.

But the Fury still managed to fight back from a goal down to steal a 1-1 draw.

"I think we played well and probably got what we deserved," Fowler said.

"Who knows what would have happened if we had 11 men."