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Actually, Silas should only return to the team training of the VFB Stuttgart in November. Despite his cruciate ligament tear, it seems much faster - the Swabia could soon put back on her striker.
a lot has happened in the last half year at Silas Katompa Mvumpa. Both the outing, played under false identity, as well as his cruciate ligament crack in early April have confused his football world. A return to the course could give it prematurely for him.
at Silas, as it is usually called only, theactually visited November for the return to team training. An average schedule, starting from its serious injury. However, he seems to be ahead of this plan.
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Silas from Stuttgart return - striker is "completely healthy"
According to the picture, the attacker could soon return to the square - and thus much earlier than thought. This also confirms his advisor to the leaf: "Silas worked very hard. His knee is stable. He is completely healthy, confirmed our doctors and also the VfB. He will be able to get in a timely manner in a timely manner."
This also fits the statements from sports director Sven Mislinat before one and a half weeks. At the kicker he explained: "He's top on the way, is far in the rehab. He trains hard. We have the hope that it is more shorter than longer."
Already at this time it was clear that Silas is "in front of the plan".
Throwing the cold water directly, the VFB will not yet be the VfB. Too big the fear and the risk before a relapse. Patience is called the magic word. Thus, it is very conceivable that the 22-year-old still gets one or the week for his comeback. Time, which he might not necessarily need, which he gets to the eye for safety's sake.
After all, his return would be a great athletic support for the team of Pellegrino Matarazzo. Therefore, he should rather move safely and resistant to risk as another, then unnecessary forced break. Then he will be able to swirl again in the.
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