Horror injury for Vanheusden (Standard): “Pain cannot be described”

Horror injury for Vanheusden (Standard): “Pain cannot be described”
Horror injury for Vanheusden (Standard): “Pain cannot be described”

Zinho Vanheusden had to quit the battle at Standard on Sunday. Research now shows that his cruciate ligaments are torn. Philippe Albert also experienced it himself and therefore knows what Vanheusden is going through.

“Ruptured cruciate ligaments, that pain cannot be described,” said Albert at Sudpresse. “I will never forget December 30, 1994, the day I got that injury during a training session in Newcastle. The first one or two minutes is really suffering. Then the pain subsides, but then of course you realize what you have.”

Albert hopes that Vanheusden can make a full recovery. “Zinho has already had such an injury on the other knee. But they told me that the knee is stronger afterwards and you don’t risk anything anymore. That was also the case with Pär Zetterberg, who has played on until 36 years old. of course very much for a young player who is playing a good season and could dream of the European Championship.

The chance that Vanheusden will still play this season is small. “It took me eight months to get back up to speed. It’s important not to come back until you are 100 percent. It’s a long way back and I wish him a lot of courage and patience.”

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