Family of Jeff-Reine Adelaide comes with more news after “possible brain hemorrhage” on Saturday evening – Football News

Family of Jeff-Reine Adelaide comes with more news after “possible brain hemorrhage” on Saturday evening – Football News
Family of Jeff-Reine Adelaide comes with more news after “possible brain hemorrhage” on Saturday evening – Football News
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This Saturday, Yannick Ferrera caused concern by revealing that Jeff Reine-Adelaide, who was carried away on a stretcher, may have suffered a “cerebral hemorrhage”. But the player’s environment has been reassuring.

At the end of the first half in the Stade Machtens last Saturday, images caused concern in France. Jeff Reine-Adelaide indeed had to be carried from the field unconscious and bleeding profusely. After the match, Yannick Ferrera gave a disturbing update.

“We fear a brain haemorrhage,” revealed the RWDM coach. These statements were adopted by the medium L’Equipe, as Reine-Adelaide, a former Lyon player, is still closely followed by his former supporters and his old club had immediately assured him of their support. So it was in L’Equipe that the entourage of “JRA” also wanted to respond.

“Jeff is doing well. There is no bleeding and no lasting damage,” the player’s relatives assure the French medium. Reine-Adelaide has played more than 100 games in Ligue 1 with Lyon, Angers and Nice. He has also played 21 matches for the French national team.

This is also good news for RWDM, which has one more match to secure the relegation play-offs. After yesterday’s images, some feared that Jeff Reine-Adelaide had played his last game for RWDM, given his contract expired in June this year.

On the other hand, RWDM has not yet made an official statement about the injuries of Jeff Reine-Adelaide and Tayo Adaramola, who were feared for a serious hip injury.


The article is in Dutch

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