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Valdez on Hold and Salim Prepares for Second Surgery

Abu Dhabi: 1 November 2013
The First team physician Dr. Mohammed Al Tarshan revealed that they are still waiting the final results of the x-ray tests of the Paraguayan striker Nelson Valdez, to make the final assessment of the injury he suffered during the last match of Al Jazira against Dubai at Wednesday 30 October.
Valdez felt the pain on his thigh muscles while he was trying to reach his teammate Abdelaziz Barrada pass, but he couldn’t left the pitch on pain at min. 40, forcing his coach to replace him with Ali Mabkhout.
Al Tarshan explained that the initial tests after the match revealed that the player is suffering from first grade rupture on his thigh back muscles. But they will not make any assessment until they receive the final x-rays results, which will be released in the next couple days.
Speaking about Salim Masoud, Al Tarshan confirmed that the player underwent successful first surgery on his right ankle tendons on Tuesday 29 october under the supervision of the well known German surgeon Dr. Erich Rembeck, and he will undergo the second surgery on his left ankle after 4 days; and the final schedule of his recovery will be released after.
Al Tarshan also said that the team midfielder Yaqub Al Hosani will head to Germany on Sunday 3 November accompanied with the team physician Dr. Tarek Mohy, to undergo surgical operation on Tuesday 5 Nov. on the ruptured cruciate ligament on his right knee under the supervision of Dr. Erich Rembech also. He also revealed that They will be accompanied with Al Jazira academy player Mohammed Abdullah, who will run a series of test to get the green light for playing in matches, after he recovered from a surgey he had on his knee before 7 months.
Finally, Al Tarshan explained that the team defender Khalid Sabil is doing his recovery program ideally after he recovered from the broken leg injury he suffered during the team preparatory camp in Germany. He said that Sabil worked well in the gymnasium and on beach sands during the last a few days, and he will start the next rehabilitation program in the next days by specific exercises that he will perform with the fitness coach around the field during the group training sessions.
With the exception of these names, Dr. Al Tarshan confirmed that the rest of the team players are 100% fit and they are all under the full disposal of their coaching staff.