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World bowel disease: FCK Captain Room in Hospital

21:31  20 january  2022
21:31  20 january  2022 Source:   kicker.de

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The 1st FC Kaiserslautern has to do without Jean Room. The captain must go stationary to the hospital.

Fällt erst einmal aus: Jean Zimmer. © Imago Images / Kirchner-Media Falls out: Jean Room.

midfielder falls for the time being

"The 28-year-old is treated for clarification and therapy of a benign bowel disease in the coming days stationary in the West Palatine Klinikum Kaiserslautern. As a result, the FCK captain of the Red Devil team will not be available for the time being" , the spreadsheet divided the 3rd league on Thursday evening.

An exact downtime did not named Kaiserslautern. Room had missed the new year and the Furiosen 4: 0 against Meppen due to a flu infectious. Before the winter break he stood at the 1: 1 in Braunschweig on the grass.

room, which was returned from Dusseldorf to the Bayenberg in January 2021, ran on this season 15 times in the 3rd league. The Mittelfeldmann succeeded in a goal, with two assists.

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