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Super Eagles Defender Recovering from Injury Thanks Fans for Their Support

ZephaniahBethelKalu 06/29/2020

Super Eagles and FC Tobol defender, Stephen Eze, has thanked fans, his Doctor and the club for their love and support as he recovers from injury. The former Plovdiv defender had to undergo precautionary arthroscopy surgery to fix a tear on his shoulder

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The tall Super Eagles player failed to make the 23-man list to the Russia 2018 World Cup after making the 30-man provisional squad. He posted on his Instagram account

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"Thank you to all my well wishers who have been sending messages the last few days. As some of you are aware, I have recently undergone a successful minor arthroscopy to fix a labral tear on my left shoulder. Although, the tear did not affect my overall football significantly, the procedure was recommended as a preventive measure to avoid any damage to important muscles and shoulder dislocation in the future.  View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

By God’s Grace everything went well. My sincere thanks to the support staff and my surgeon, Prof. Dr. Çetin Isik

at the Istanbul Memorial Atasehir Hospital. You are a brilliant team, and you have made my surgery complete experience relaxing and stress-free."

Eze played 53 games for Locomotive Plovdiv before his move to the Kazakhstan club. He also showed appreciation to the fans and well-wishers. He then gave an update on his injury

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"I would also like to thank everyone at FC TOBOL and my fans and well-wishers, your support has been immensely invaluable! 

I am now undergoing post-op rehabilitation at the clinic. With some hard-work, the support of the medical team, and with all your prayers, I am hoping to be back to old-self in no time! 

Thank you again for everything"

Source: opera.com
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