INJURIES Kasper Dolberg and Francis Amuzu will not be ready to play for tomorrow's match against Eupen. Coach Brian Riemer told that at his press conference this afternoon. Moussa N'Diaye and Benito Raman are also not ready to play. It was already known that Thomas Delaney (collarbone fracture) will be out for some time.
"Three players dropped out during the last training match and none of the three will be available for tomorrow's match," Riemer began his press conference this afternoon. "The good news, however, is that only Thomas Delaney is out for an extended period of time. Possibly for six weeks."
Francis Amuzu and Kasper Dolberg he does expect back soon. "Francis is struggling a bit with iet at the hip. He should get ready for next week. Kasper trained today, we were hoping for the best, but he won't be available tomorrow. He received a solid blow to the muscle. He will not be able to sprint and kick the ball one hundred percent tomorrow."
Riemer went on to say that Moussa N'Diaye is also still out. "He has a little problem on the neck. We have it under control, but it's what see from week to week. The next few days we'll see further, but this week he didn't train."
Last but not least in the injury update, Riemer mentioned the name of Benito Raman. "He is sick and is also not available to be selected," he said.
"The good news is that we have a lot of good players on the team. A lot of guys have been waiting for a chance to come in and show themselves," the coach concluded.
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