Chelsea’s Charly Musonda Given Little To No Chance Of Ever Playing Football Again
Belgian born midfielder Charly Musonda Jnr has opened up about his struggles over the last four years after suffering a nasty cruciate ligament tear.
The 24-year-old who is a son of Chipolopolo and Anderlecht great, Charles Musonda, took to Instagram to talk about the ‘heartbreak and heartache’ of the last four years of his life as he continues to fight to return to the pitch.
The former Real Betis midfielder revealed that he was told by doctors that going through surgery would be the end of his career as he has been out for so long but he is keeping the faith and believes he will return back to action.
” It’s been four years since I played back to back professional games, three years since I last played for my club, two of those last four years, I’ve been injured with the post cruciate ligament of my knee. Nothing but heartbreak and heartache,” he said.
He added: Doctors told me going through surgery after being out for so long would be the end, an impossible mountain to climb, we’re the exact words. I miss football so much, to say the least, and I’m doing everything I can to play once again, to all the kids out there who have a dream and are injured or are going through monumental setbacks, never give up! I’ll keep climbing the insurmountable mountain every day to run with the football once again because there’s no better feeling than taking someone on and feeling alive.”
“Until that day comes I’ll keep training and believing in the impossible comeback because the greatest comebacks always seem like there is no way back, and that’s when we’ve got to dig deep and live to tell the story and not die in it. » #ThisIsMyStory and how I keep training and staying ready, despite the odds, that one day I’ll be back.”
Belgian journalist Kristof Terreur has revealed that doctors have given the once highly-rated youngster just a 20% chance of returning to football but Musonda is working tirelessly in the hope of returning to the pitch soon.
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