Injured finger, Persib goalkeeper Teja Paku Alam must rest long | 1NEWS

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Bad news hit Persib Bandung in their preparation period for Liga 1 2022-2023. The reason is, their mainstay goalkeeper Teja Paku Alam suffered an injury during a training session held at the Sidolig Stadium, Saturday (21/5/2022).

This was revealed by Persib coach, Robert Rene Alberts, after the team’s internal game. ‚ÄúTeja broke his finger today. So he’s in hospital right now with a fracture in his finger, and he’s been out for two months,” said Robert Rene Alberts.

Furthermore, the Dutch coach explained that the injury was experienced by Teja while warming up before the internal game that would be held. And what was injured was a finger on his left arm.

Meanwhile, the Persib team doctor, Rafi Ghani, revealed that Teja’s injury was in the severe category. Based on the results of the x-ray carried out, the former Sriwijaya FC goalkeeper is estimated to take four months to be able to return to using his hands to play.

“So maybe there are some actions that we will take and I have also consulted with an orthopedic doctor,” said Rafi Ghani.

On the other hand, Persib held an internal game today to test several selected and promoted players from Persib Training and Education.

As a result, two selected players Ryohei Miyazaki (Japan) and Reza Kusuma (Indonesia) were decided to be dropped. According to Persib coach, Robert Rene Alberts, the two players still do not meet the standards he wants.

Meanwhile, one player from Persib Training and Education, Ridwan Ansori, was able to steal the attention of the Dutch coach.

“He will be with us until next week. We are serious about monitoring him now. So that’s the result of today,” the 67-year-old coach confirmed.

After this, Persib is still preparing to look at League 1 next season. Moreover, in the near future, PSSI plans to hold a pre-season tournament before the competition starts in July.

Persib is also rumored to be returning the arrival of selected players from the Philippines, Japan, and South Korea in the near future. (score.id)

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