One month before the real start of the season, Sävehof suffered two heavy interruptions in the workforce. The evening newspaper writes that Olle Ek and Emil Berlin will miss the start of the season.
The season is off to a slow start for our Swedish clubs, but for the Sävehof, it hasn’t started as expected. The evening newspaper reveals that Olle Ek and Emil Berlin will be out until at least February.
– They are good players and important people for us, says coach Michael Apelgren The evening newspaper.
Emil Berlin dislocated his shoulder during pre-season and was forced to undergo surgery in June. Högernia has already dislocated the same shoulder.
– It’s truly sad. They had to sew it together to stop it coming out of the seam. It is estimated that I will be gone six to nine months, says Berlin The evening newspaper.
In October 2021, Olle Ek pulled the cruciate ligament which kept the middle nine out for the rest of the season. With a smooth rehabilitation, Ek could have been back for the start of the season, but after a setback during the summer he was forced into another operation.
– They cut a “knot”, says Ek and continues:
– We have the impression that things have turned around because before this intervention it was really brave. It turned out to be much better than I initially feared.
Team coach Michael Apelgren expects Ek and Berlin to be back in February next year.
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