I went to the 2nd Army and even got a ‘concussion’… Orsici from the K-League, PL ‘worst ordeal’
Mislav Orsic (K-League registration name Orsha), who was from the K-League and made headlines by advancing to the English Premier League, is suffering from a concussion, making it difficult for him to put on the field for the time being.
Head coach Hubin Seles, who was appointed as the official Southampton manager on the 24th, informed Orsic’s condition ahead of the away game against Leeds United at 0:00 on the 26th.
“Che Adams, Tony Libramento and Juan Larios are out of Leeds due to injuries,” Seles said. “he said.
Southampton is bottom in the Premier League for the 2022/23 season with 18 points. Opponent Leeds is 19th, just above Southampton with 19 points, so the match between the two teams deserves to be called a so-called ‘death match’.
So, ahead of such a major match, Orsic has no choice but to rest.
Orsic, who came to the K-League through Jeonnam in 2015, played for a year and a half in Jeonnam, scoring 14 goals and 11 assists in 49 matches in the K-League 1 alone. He briefly went to Changchun, China, and returned to Korea through Ulsan in 2017먹튀검증. He also played in Ulsan for 1 year and 6 months, scoring 14 goals and 4 assists in 52 K-League 1 games, and returned to his home country, Croatia’s prestigious Dinamo Zagreb.
After being reborn as a key midfielder in Zagreb and selected for the Croatian national team, he had the best year of his life, scoring a goal in the 3rd and 4th place matches of the Qatar World Cup last year, and signed a contract with Southampton in January to enter the Premier League of his dreams.
But as soon as he gets to the Premier League, he’s having a rough time. He made his Premier League debut as a substitute in the 38th minute of the second half against Aston Villa on January 21, but was largely ignored by the coaching staff afterwards.
After playing one more game in the League Cup and FA Cup, I had to go to the Premier League 2 (second team game), which is digested by the U-21 team.
As manager Seles recently became acting manager, he seemed to take a chance, but it turned out that he met the bad news of a concussion.
The International Football Federation (FIFA) mandates at least six days of rest for players who show concussion symptoms.