Soccer: Vorhop-Schönewerds Nicolas Müller even has the end of his career in the room

Soccer: Vorhop-Schönewerds Nicolas Müller even has the end of his career in the room

Frequently !? For the third time, FSV striker Nicolas Müller (left) seriously injured his meniscus. He no longer rules out the end of his career.

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FSV Vorhop-Schönewörde’s Nicolas Müller has already suffered three meniscus tears. After the latest operation, the stormy gem of the regional football team is also announcing the end of his career.

vorhope – Nicholas Mulary Sounds ominous indeed – at least in terms of injuries. Already on the first day of Football District League Season A, Torgarante tore itself up. FSV Vorhop-Schöneworde Part of his meniscus in his left knee. already for muller third such violation. So for the first time in the room the end of a career is also possible!

Nicolas Müller really can’t miss the crucial scene of the first game of the season on Sunday, 12 September against SV Westerbeck. “I can’t really say exactly. I think I represented myself in the race. I had this oppressive feeling in my knee at some point. I couldn’t straighten and bend it properly. Unfortunately, I already knew That,” Hurricane Ace looks back.

This isn’t his first bad injury. Both the meniscus in the right knee and the now damaged meniscus in the left knee have already been affected in the past. “A good ten years ago I tore part of the meniscus in my left knee. Then one part was taken out and the other part was re-sewn.”

operation inevitable

After the diagnosis last Monday it was clear: the sewn part and a little more of the articular cartilage tore again. The operation took place last Thursday.

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Bad news, too, for FSV trainer Arne Hoffart: “It’s definitely a disaster. But we have to deal with it now. It’s bad, not only because someone who scored the goal is missing, but he was just a personality on the pitch.”

Muller suggests from the side

For Mueller, the end of his career is no longer out of the question. “I said at the time that if anything happened to my knee again, I would listen to my body.” Should the meniscus be completely removed, Müller “no longer takes the risk. I’m not even 24 anymore. It would certainly break my heart, but I would also have to think about life after football.” ,” the 31-year-old insisted.

His physio program is starting from Monday. The load increases to 25 percent just four days after the operation. Then Mueller immediately wants to return with his team. “If it’s possible, I want to go to every training session and game so that I don’t lose touch.” He could also offer some tips to his (sometimes very young) Sturm colleagues along the way. FSV may be able to come out of what Müller calls the “fascinated” position (three games, zero points).

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