Famous injury from 2 years ago as Petr Cech, Chelsea’s goalkeeper got hit with a knee to his head, fracturing his skull. The player got off with a warning, no card!
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In 2008 Spanish soccer player Iñigo Díaz de Cerio suffered a serious injury after a collision with SD Eibar goalkeeper Zigor, fracturing his right leg's tibia and fibula. After a successful surgery, he had a slow but effective recovery, returning to soccer scene almost a year after his injury.
Hailed, as a versatile player, Gary Mabbutt, who played for Tottenham Hotspurs, had one of the most gruesome injuries in soccer. It didn’t involve his leg but his face. In November 1993, Gary Mabbutt’s injury occurred in a high tackle with Wimbledon striker, John Fashanu, who smashed his elbow into his face.
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Osgood-Schlatter is one of the common soccer injuries. This *hard name* injury is a childhood repetitive use injury that causes a painful inflammation lump below the knee. It is more of a growing pain that some players, especially ages 9-18, have to deal with. Some players as young as 6 and adults as old as 40 can experience it as well.
12 of the Worst Soccer Injuries of All Times - soccer injury, worst injury, soccer injuries - Oddee. During a match in February 2008, while playing for Arsenal, Eduardo Da Silva received an appalling tackle by Birmingham City defender Martin Taylor, who was immediately dismissed. As a consequence, Da Silva had a broken left fibula and dislocated his left ankle.
A concussion is one of the most dangerous injuries for soccer players. Concussions should be taken very seriously, which means you should get checked out by a doctor as soon as possible. To prevent yourself from getting concussed, choose your challenges wisely and refrain from throwing yourself in head first where possible.
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Depending on how bad the injury was and how well you treated it in the initial stages, you may also want to talk to a physiotherapist about rehabilitation. Add Supplements to Your Arsenal An often-overlooked approach to supporting the healing process and reducing the likelihood of football injuries in the first place is to focus on your nutrition.
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Ankle sprain. An ankle sprain is an extremely common soccer injury. Inversion injuries (or what many people think of as rolling the ankle) can injure the ligaments on the lateral side of the ankle, causing an ankle sprain. The injury can be a mild sprain that causes the athlete to miss a few days or a week or two.