All eyes are on Falko Neverending Story after he was injured in training today, with the injury likely to be a major setback for the club’s hopes of making a run at a Europa League place.
Neverend, who is expected to miss the rest of the season with an ACL tear, is one of three midfielders who are currently out of contract at the end of the current campaign, having been capped 23 times by Wales.
He was not available for selection against Moldova, which would be a huge blow to Falkor’s ambitions of making it to the knockout stages of the Europa League.
He has been training at a local gym and is in good spirits, having returned from a week-long holiday to his home town of Falkor, where he works at a clothing shop.
However, his participation in training on Tuesday is a major blow to his current side, with Falkor not expected to qualify for the Europa Round.
Neven’s absence is a blow for Falkor who were only narrowly beaten 3-2 by Dnipro in Moldova earlier this month, with winger Njegbo Vuzovic scoring twice.
But the Croatian international will be hoping to start the season in better condition, with his injury likely affecting his ability to get his feet under him to defend against opponents.
With Neverend expected to be sidelined for up to a month, Falkor have only signed the goalkeeper on a one-year deal, and will be desperate to keep him fit to help them challenge in the Europa Cup.
With Bledisla out, Neverend is likely to miss out on a big chance of qualification for the competition.
“It is a huge disappointment to us, but it’s just another injury that we’ve got to take care of and get back into it,” Neverend told Fox Sports.
“Hopefully I can get back and hopefully make it in the game.” “
Bledisloes coach and sporting director Dusan Zezic, who took over from the current manager, Michael Zemel, said that Neverend’s injury was a blow to the club, which had been hoping to qualify. “
Hopefully I can get back and hopefully make it in the game.”
Bledisloes coach and sporting director Dusan Zezic, who took over from the current manager, Michael Zemel, said that Neverend’s injury was a blow to the club, which had been hoping to qualify.
“The news is not good.
I spoke to him last week and I said to him that we need him, he’s an important player for us,” Zezić said.
He is a very talented player, a good person and we know he is going to make the team.” “
We know that he is in the squad, he is a good player.
He is a very talented player, a good person and we know he is going to make the team.”
“I want to thank all the fans for their support, and thank all my staff, players and the players’ parents for their love.
It’s an honour to be here.”
Falkor’s season has been one of great inconsistency, with a string of disappointing results leading up to the Europa semi-final against Moldavious.
But with the Czech Republic, the top-ranked team in the Eastern Europe, on the brink of winning the tournament, there are high hopes of a promotion to the top division.
“In this tournament we are not looking for a goal, we are looking for every point,” Zemels said.
“We want to try and go as far as possible.
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That’s what I would like to say, because I think we can go as deep as possible and play really well.”
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