With just over a month left until Finland finally plays in the European Football Championship, you’re hearing troubling signals from Norwich. Star striker Teemu Pukki has sustained a ligament injury – and the 31-year-old appears to be gone weeks ago.
Norwich has one match left to play in the championship season. It doesn’t matter, as the team has already earned both promotion to the Premier League and first place in the series.
Before the end of the season at Barnsley, the club comes out with an injury report that Finnish football does not want. Norwich striker Timo Pukki miss the last match.
According to the club’s website Tampas, 31-year-old Bucky, has a ligament injury in his right ankle. This is evidenced by the polls conducted after this weekend’s win over Reading.
Next, the Finn must be examined in more detail, and then a time prediction of the injury must be prepared.
Kanerva: “He thinks he has time to heal”
The Swedish Football Association issued a press release It is expected that it will take “a few weeks” for Pukki to recover.
According to the union, he does not need surgery. The idea is that Pukki will be present when the national team meets at the end of May.
– We think Timo is doing well in the European Championships. The care and recovery program is underway, and everything is designed to be in full shape when the tournament begins, comments national team captain Marco Kanerva.
Pukki was recently named the 11th star of the tournament after a successful season with 26 goals. Pukki also performed in the national team matches recently – in the two World Cup qualifying matches in March, he scored all three goals for Finland.
The countdown to the European Championship will soon begin last month and on May 29, Finland will play a training match against Sweden. The Football Masters will make their championship level debut on June 12 against Denmark in Copenhagen.
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