‘Season out’ Van de Beek climbs up the operating table…’Man United + Netherlands’ colleagues
Donnie van de Beek is on the operating table. Colleagues from Manchester United and the Netherlands national team conveyed their condolences.
Sad news came. Coach Eric ten Haag announced the news of Van de Beek’s ‘season out’ at a press conference ahead of the 20th round of the English Premier League (EPL) against Manchester City on the 13th (hereinafter Korean time). Coach Ten Haag said, “The injured part was the knee. Van de Beek will not be able to play for the rest of the season and he will return in the pre-season ahead of next season.”
“It’s really terrible when you get injured in the middle of a season due to a bad tackle. It’s always disappointing. However, it’s fortunate that the injured part is fine from a long-term perspective. The player himself was relieved about it. was,” he added. 온라인바카라
Van de Beek started in the 19th round of the EPL against Bournemouth on the 4th. And he tried to stand out by taking active movements. However, during the first half, he suffered a giddy injury. In the 41st minute of the first half, Bournemouth Marcos Senesi’s tackle went deep into Van de Beek’s knee. Van de Beek, who could no longer play, left the ground with a painful expression on his face.
Van de Beek will no longer be seen this season as manager Ten Haag officially announced a ‘season out’. Van de Beek conveyed his feelings through SNS on the 14th. “It’s really disappointing to see the end of this season. The surgery was a success and I will go through the recovery phase now and I will do everything I can to come back stronger for Manchester United. Thank you to everyone who sent messages of encouragement. Me and my family. It was a great strength for me,” he wrote.
In the photo, Van de Beek is smiling and has his thumbs up. And his colleagues came to the post. Manchester United’s David de Gea, Christian Eriksen, Marcus Rashford, Scott McTominay, Bruno Fernandez and Alejandro Garnacho have all left heart emojis. In addition, Frankie de Jong, Dalay Blint, Denzel Dumfries, and Nathan Ake of the Netherlands national team also left consoling messages.
Clubs also joined the ranks. “Disruption is preparation for a comeback. We know you’ll come back stronger,” wrote Manchester United, “Good luck” to Ajax.