Teenage Hadebe speaks on his injury. Teenage Hadebe says his injury is not bad and will only keep out for a week. He got injured in their game against Fenerbahce during the weekend. It was the defender’s second successive start for Yeni Malatyaspor following a three-month-long break.
“It’s not that bad, it’s a groin injury l was assessed today (yesterday). “I will be out for a week,” he said. The Warriors defender says he is happy to be back on the pitch. “Its a very good feeling, l am extremely happy to be back in action after such a long period of time. “It was very unusual knowing that you going to wake up in the morning to train indoors and it ends there without going to the pitch and play, so yeah l am very happy.
He added: “ I’m happy to be with the team because its very different from individual training, with team training we are able to give ideas or advice to each other and also try different combinations. “And most of all it creates a good team spirit but as an individual, you just train alone and that’s all.”
Hadebe describes life without football as hard. “Life without football is different and difficult. “I am here because of football, it’s my passion, my life and my bread and butter.
“Without football, it was like waking up in the morning without a job to do. “But l’m glad we resumed matches and it’s good to be back,” he said. The weekend game marked his 18th start in the league and his 22nd overall appearance of the season.
Source – H-Metro
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