‘Most serious ever in career’: Monster striker down with injury, still uncertain to return

Manchester City will face off against Sheffield United in the 20th round of the Premier League (PL) in the 2023-24 season, which will be held at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, England, at midnight on the 31st (Korea time). Currently, Manchester City (37 points, 11 wins, 4 draws, 3 losses, 43 losses, 21 losses, +22) is in the fourth place.

Manchester City, the “defending champion,” is on a shaky ground. The team started its 12th round match against Chelsea (4-4 draw). For the past seven games, the team had two wins, four draws and one loss, including the 13th round against Liverpool (1-1 draw), the 14th round against Tottenham Hotspur (3-3 draw), the 15th round against Aston Villa (0-1), the 16th round against Luton Town (2-1), the 17th round against Crystal Palace (2-2 draw), and the 19th round against Everton (3-1 win).

Holan’s absence is fatal. He stayed silent in the matches against Manchester City in the 14th and 15th rounds against Villa in the 15th rounds, but his injury caused him to lose his capacity. He was expected to return to the team at the 2023 FIFA Club World Cup, but it fell through. During this period, Holan was not included in the waiting list.

Considering his career, Hollande is expected to suffer a more serious injury than usual. While playing for Brüne, Molde, Salzburg, Dortmund, and Manchester City, Hollande was under intense pressure in a number of ways. Nevertheless, he has never been absent for more than a month. According to the soccer statistics channel Transfermarkt, the longest period of injury that he played was nine games during Dortmund’s 2021-22 season. 파친코

Holan is known to have left due to bone injury in his foot. Still, his return is uncertain. “Pep Guardiola said recently that Holan is still not fit for training with his teammates,” global media ESPN reported on Friday. “The scene where he kicks the ball has been revealed on the club’s official channel, but he is not ready to return yet,” he said, pointing to an interview left by Guardiola.

According to media reports, after the victory over Everton, Guardiola said, “Holan is personally training and is not participating in the training of the Ki team. I don’t know when the pain will go away. We hope that Holan will come back within January, but the bone injury is painful.”

The competition for the top scorer is also in doubt. Following Holan’s departure from injury, Dominic Solanke (Bournemouth), Mohamed Salah (Riverpool, 12 goals), Son Heung-min (Tottenham) and Jerod Bowen (West Ham, 11 goals), and Hwang Hee-chan (Wolves, 10 goals), who have shown career highs, are coming up.

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