Bad news has arrived for England, which is aiming to win the Women’s World Cup to be held this summer. Leah Williamson, the national team’captain’ who also played an active role as a member of last year’s UEFA (European Football Confederation) Women’s Euro Championship, fell from the race due to a torn anterior cruciate ligament injury.
It is the worst of bad things. England women’s national team defender Williamson suffered a major injury just before the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia-New Zealand. Her injured part was the cruciate ligament, and not only did she not participate in the World Cup, but the injury itself was serious, creating more regret.
Williamson, who belongs to Arsenal WFC, suffered an anterior cruciate ligament tear injury in the FA Women’s Super League (WSL) match between Manchester United WFC and FA Women’s Super League (WSL) on the 20th (Korean time). Williamson, who was injured early in the game, was substituted in the 15th minute. Her leg was limping.
Arsenal issued a statement and said, “Lea will start rehabilitation. It looks like a long-term injury. He will undergo surgery soon,” predicting that he did not have enough time to recover until the World Cup in three months.
After the injury,카지노사이트 Williamson said on social media, “Unfortunately, the dream of World Cup and Champions League has come to an end. Everyone will think that is the most important thing, but for me, the daily life that I have to go through is the hardest. Also, in the short term, I am taking measures to help myself.”
Meanwhile, Arsenal WFC coach Jonas Aideval complained about poor conditions at Manchester United’s WFC home ground. It is his claim that the pitch was in a condition where the players were bound to get hurt. Director Ideval said, “As you can see when you look at the stadium, it is a stadium that needs more. If you play in such a stadium, players are bound to get injured. It is a part that needs to be improved.”
Meanwhile, with Williamson’s injury, Arsenal as well as the England women’s team are expected to struggle in the league’s top competition and women’s Champions League tournament.