2020-11-22

Klopp:I will miss Gomez, the relevant departments have to solve the impact of the close schedule on the players’ health

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getInterUrl?uicrIvZQ=06179bd5c0f17fc6e9aa77b746194060 - Klopp:I will miss Gomez, the relevant departments have to solve the impact of the close schedule on the players’ healthLive it on November 23rd. In the 9th round of the Premier League, Liverpool will play at home against Leicester City, the Reds coach Ke Loop talked about the situation of Red Army defender Joe Gomez in an interview.

Klopp said:“The good news is that Gomez’s operation was successful, and he has begun to recover. We will miss him, but we Knowing that he will be healthy, strong, and able to return to good condition when he returns.

“I will not comment on other health-related issues because they are not fixed conditions. If I It may be out of date when you make a comment. But as you can see from the media, this is not entirely due to the situation caused by the (national team) training camp. I know very well that this sounds like a repetition of the old tune, But the problem of the schedule (compact arrangement) and the impact this aspect has on the players’ physical and psychological impact must be resolved.”

“Of course , If the relevant departments of this country want to see the England team have any fair chance to succeed, they must study what this situation brings to the health and happiness of the players The impact of coming.”

According to previous reports, Gomez suffered a serious injury to his knee without confrontation during the England team’s training. He was subsequently treated with surgery and is expected to suffer more injuries. For a long time. He has successfully performed the operation and is recovering. Earlier reports said that the FA has confirmed that FIFA will pay the Red Army 2 million pounds as compensation.

The 23-year-old England defender Gomez has played 12 times for the Reds this season and contributed 1 assist. He joined Charlton from Charlton Athletic U18 in 2014. In July 2015, he moved from Charlton to Liverpool with a transfer fee of €4.9 million.

(Eagle)