Football is one of the sports with lots of physical challenges. Most of the time, we see how football players get injured in a football match which eventually lays them down for a long time. Some injuries are so severe that football players tend to stay away from football for a very long time and tend to affect their football careers.
There is no doubt about the legendary status Arsene Wenger is in the football world. A bigger legend he is among the Arsenal faithful. His actions and words are felt positively throughout the club for a long time. Arsene Wenger won many trophies during his tenure as Arsenal manager and that includes the famous Invincibles season when Arsenal won the premier league title without losing a single game throughout the season.
10. Michael Ballack A player of Ballack’s quality, coupled with the big teams he’s played for, could have easily won the Champions League and World Cup. Unfortunately, he missed out on both and the fact that he missed the 2010 World Cup after getting injured in the last game of that season shows that the German has been bereft of luck in his career. 9. Adrian Doherty Adrian Doherty tragically dies without fulfilling his full potential. He was part of Manchester United’s famed Class of ‘92. He was
Just like they say, injuries are part of the game, but then, if the severity of the injury is no longer bearable, it could lead to players hanging their boots even when they still have the age to carry on.There are players who could have been better, but Injuries reshaped their career.
If there is one thing Arsenal are known for is their series of injury records each season.Right from the time of Arsene Wenger, the gunners have faced injury problems that have killed the career of players who would have been world class for the club.
Arsenal are known for their injury records right from the time of Arsene Wenger. Sometimes, we the fans thinks the club is cursed because of the number of injuries that have killed the careers of players who would have been super stars. Players like Jack Wilshere, Abou Diaby, Eduardo have seen their careers hampered by injuries while at Arsenal. The injury curse continues as Pablo Mari, Gabriel Martinelli and Calum Chambers all went to injury bed when they started picking form. Pablo Mari who has not played
As a football fan, Abou Diaby’s career was one of the saddest that I have witnessed. He just couldn’t stay fit enough! Abou Diaby was one of the best midfielders on the ball and even when he did not have the ball, his tackles were top notch and world-class. Vassiriki Abou Diaby is a French former professional footballer. During his Injury-filled career, he managed to play for Auxerre, Arsenal and Marseille. Abou Diaby started his career with Aubervilliers in France as a youth player, he moved to Red Sta
The rivalry between Arsenal and Tottenham has a long history. There is a lot of it. And it's not only the outcomes that stand out; every time these two have met, there have been meaty duels and player skirmishes that add heat to the already ferocious rivalry.
Chelsea F.C. really has enjoyed some mega success stories, both domestically and internationally. Yet to enjoy the success that they evidently have, they have needed to attract some superstars to the club in the past. This reality piqued our interest, and Chelsea’s all time greats are detailed right here. 1. Didier Drogba With over 100 goals for Chelsea and almost single handedly winning the Champions League final for them in 2012, Drogba is an absolute legend at the club . Many hail his ability in ‘clu
Football Injuries are physical harms or damage sustained by a player during a football match or football training. It can be Ankle Sprain, Hamstring, Quad and many more. These injuries has cost many sports athletes their career but I'm going to be showing some footballers who injuries have affected their football career.
1. Michael Owen Owen was a teenage sensation. Everyone could see that he was promising and has a bright future. He scored a wonder goal at the 1998 World Cup and his performance at Liverpool was very impressive, netting a total of 158 goals out of 297 appearances. However, after he signed for La Liga giants Real Madrid, his career seemed to go down the drain. He was seriously hindered by injuries and managed only 16 goals out of 45 appearances. Owen later came back to the EPL and played for clubs like Newcastle
Viera's Heir, 44 Injuries, 222 Weeks on the Sidelines, Retired at 32: The Depressing Career of Diaby
By Hassan Odunayo Ruth "It’s one of the saddest moments for us at Arsenal not to have had the opportunity to get the best out of Abou Diaby because of injury. I’m very sad because this boy is a massive and a huge talent. It’s sad because he didn’t deserve what he got. It’s sad as well because he’s a very serious player. He was the closest to Patrick Vieira we have seen here, with even a good offensive potential. It’s very sad." - Arsene Wenger, 2015. Whenever the name Abou Diaby is mentioned
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1. HENRIK LARSSON admits his career could have been over before it started if he suffered his horrific leg break any earlier. The Hoops legend had a lengthy spell on the sidelines after the suffering the career-threatening injury against Lyon in 1999. 2. The Frenchman was very unlucky in that he broke his leg twice during his playing career. Djibril Cisse's first horrific injury came in Liverpool's game against Blackburn back in 2004, when he came off second best in a challenge with Jay McEveley. His second
Former Arsenal defender Gael Clichy insists Abou Diaby was destined for a great reign at the club but admits injury ‘changed his career’. The Frenchman joined the club from Auxerre in 2006 and was a main stay in the side by the age of 22, with supporters and pundits alike noting his similarities to former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira. However, his early promise was curtailed when he sustained a horrific ankle fracture against Sunderland in May 2006. Though Diaby returned and managed consecutive season
10.Robin van Persie Whether Sanchez will be able to replicate his feat at the Theatre of Dreams remains to be seen, however, the transfer of Arsenal’s lethal marksmen, Robin van Persie, to Manchester United just when he hit his prime is arguably the most irksome transfers out of the club.Van Persie would go on to net 26 league goals in the subsequent season to help Sir Alex Ferguson land his 13th league title. One is only left to wonder what the title challenge would have been like with the Dutch striker
Arsenal Football Club fans have endured some quite trying times over the last few years. Right from the time of Gunner's legendary manager, Arsenal Wenger, Unai Emery and to current boss Mike Arteta, Arsenal fans has endured terrible moments which they will find very hard to forget. Below are my top 5 most painful Mlmoments Arsenal fans son't forget easily: 1. Manchester United 8:2 Arsenal (August 2011) Wayne Rooney scored a hat-trick in an unbelievable performance as Manchester United inflicted total humiliation
Football players can sprain an ankle, dislocate a shoulder, or just push their bodies further than they can go, and end up with sore muscles the next day.
Abou Diaby The Arsenal man fractured his ankle and ruptured ligaments in his leg in a 3-0 win over Sunderland in 2006. Abou Diaby made a return to football eight months later, but the injury appeared to have a profound effect on his career. Abou diaby (Image: Sportsfile) for illustration purposes Abou Diaby fractured his ankle and ruptured ligaments in his leg (Image: AFP) He picked up a number of subsequent injuries, which were seemingly linked, and was never quite the same player before finally leaving Arsenal.
Since Gilberto Silva And Patrick vieira left Arsenal, the gunners failed to sign a player who were in the mould of those two legends.Abou Diaby came close but injury problems prevented him from attaining greater heights.