It’s only ‘league full-time number 3’… ‘Season out’ due to ‘fatigue fracture’

It’s a season where Eve Bisuma doesn’t follow her luck. Even though he didn’t play that many games at Tottenham Hotspur, he was in danger of missing the season due to a stress fracture.

Bisuma is injured. Tottenham said on the official website on the 10th (hereinafter Korean time), “Bisuma will undergo surgery to recover from a stress fracture in his left ankle. The timing of Bisuma’s return to training will be determined after the스포츠토토 surgery.” announced that they were leaving.

It’s a rather unfortunate situation. Bisuma has mostly played as a substitute for Tottenham this season. Even in 20 league games, he played 807 minutes in total, which is only 40 minutes in terms of time per game. Of these, 8 starts were made, and only 3 full-time trips were made.

Even so, he suffered a fracture from fatigue. Stress fracture is a disease in which a bone may break if it is cracked or left unattended while being overburdened by repeated stimulation. In the case of soccer players, it is common for excessive play to occur.

The case of non-suma is a little different. He hasn’t played that many games this season. He was a key player for Brighton & Hove Albion last season, but with 28 appearances in all competitions, it’s hard to say he’s played too many games.

He is believed to have been due to training rather than cumulative over several seasons. Coach Antonio Conte is known for his intense training for his stamina.

It’s a definite bad thing for the individual. Since joining Tottenham, Bisuma has been on the bench, unable to push past Pierre-Emile Hoivier and Rodrigo Bentancur. His position was even less as Conte also preferred the 3-4-3 over the 3-5-2 where Bisuma could play. In addition, he was injured and the position of Bisuma virtually disappeared.

He could even miss the rest of the season. The British ‘Football Insider’ reported on the 10th: “Bissuma could miss the rest of the season with an injury. He will need six to eight weeks of rehabilitation and light exercise, and another to cope with the intensity of football at the highest level. It could take a month,” he predicted, predicting Bisuma’s season out.

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