Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Gotze out for several months due to ‘metabolic disorders’

Borussia Dortmund are one of the most exciting teams in Europe. Thomas Tuchel led German side play counter attacking the heavy metal football. The Germans have turned into a European powerhouse in the past few years. Jurgen Klopp was the man who led the revolution at this club.  They won the Bundesliga back to back in 2010/11 and 2011/12. The team was built around a golden quadrilateral. It comprised of Shinji Kagawa, Marco Reus, Lewandowski and Mario Gotze. The four put up one of the finest attacking displays at that time.

 

They went different ways.
They went different ways.

Though, these players decided to tread different paths as Kagawa, Lewandowski and Gotze left the club. As fate would have it, both Kagawa and Gotze returned. Mario Gotze, also termed as ” German Messi” during his initial days has been a standout talent in the world of football. Even on the international front, Gotze has been phenomenal. He even scored the winning goal for Germany in the World Cup.

Post return health issues:

Gotze has had injury problems.
Gotze has had injury problems.

Ever since returning to Dortmund, Gotze has been ill on and off. He has been facing severe muscle issues and often had to be rested. The Dortmund administration today formally announced that the player shall be absent for a few months now. The Dortmund twitter account posted the following tweet:

Official Statements:

“We are glad to know the reasons for Mario’s complaints and we are convinced that after recovering he will give us extra quality with his exceptional abilities,” said Dortmund’s director of sport Michael Zorc.

“Mario gets the full backing and maximum support from all of us at Borussia Dortmund on his way back.”

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In such cases, the time taken is usually 8-10 months. Though, it is not known what the extent of the disorder is. Gotze has pledged that he will work hard to get back to full fitness and is undergoing treatment right now.

“I am in the process of getting treatment and I will do everything I can to get back into training as quickly as possible to help my team achieve our common goals,” Gotze told Dortmund’s official website on Monday.

Borussia Dortmund are one of the most exciting teams in Europe. Thomas Tuchel led German side play counter attacking the heavy metal football. The Germans have turned into a European powerhouse in the past few years. Jurgen Klopp was the man who led the revolution at this club.  They won the Bundesliga back to back in 2010/11 and 2011/12. The team was built around a golden quadrilateral. It comprised of Shinji Kagawa, Marco Reus, Lewandowski and Mario Gotze. The four put up one of the finest attacking displays at that time.

 

They went different ways.
They went different ways.

Though, these players decided to tread different paths as Kagawa, Lewandowski and Gotze left the club. As fate would have it, both Kagawa and Gotze returned. Mario Gotze, also termed as ” German Messi” during his initial days has been a standout talent in the world of football. Even on the international front, Gotze has been phenomenal. He even scored the winning goal for Germany in the World Cup.

Post return health issues:

Gotze has had injury problems.
Gotze has had injury problems.

Ever since returning to Dortmund, Gotze has been ill on and off. He has been facing severe muscle issues and often had to be rested. The Dortmund administration today formally announced that the player shall be absent for a few months now. The Dortmund twitter account posted the following tweet:

Official Statements:

“We are glad to know the reasons for Mario’s complaints and we are convinced that after recovering he will give us extra quality with his exceptional abilities,” said Dortmund’s director of sport Michael Zorc.

“Mario gets the full backing and maximum support from all of us at Borussia Dortmund on his way back.”

In such cases, the time taken is usually 8-10 months. Though, it is not known what the extent of the disorder is. Gotze has pledged that he will work hard to get back to full fitness and is undergoing treatment right now.

“I am in the process of getting treatment and I will do everything I can to get back into training as quickly as possible to help my team achieve our common goals,” Gotze told Dortmund’s official website on Monday.

Borussia Dortmund are one of the most exciting teams in Europe. Thomas Tuchel led German side play counter attacking the heavy metal football. The Germans have turned into a European powerhouse in the past few years. Jurgen Klopp was the man who led the revolution at this club.  They won the Bundesliga back to back in 2010/11 and 2011/12. The team was built around a golden quadrilateral. It comprised of Shinji Kagawa, Marco Reus, Lewandowski and Mario Gotze. The four put up one of the finest attacking displays at that time.

 

They went different ways.
They went different ways.

Though, these players decided to tread different paths as Kagawa, Lewandowski and Gotze left the club. As fate would have it, both Kagawa and Gotze returned. Mario Gotze, also termed as ” German Messi” during his initial days has been a standout talent in the world of football. Even on the international front, Gotze has been phenomenal. He even scored the winning goal for Germany in the World Cup.

Post return health issues:

Gotze has had injury problems.
Gotze has had injury problems.

Ever since returning to Dortmund, Gotze has been ill on and off. He has been facing severe muscle issues and often had to be rested. The Dortmund administration today formally announced that the player shall be absent for a few months now. The Dortmund twitter account posted the following tweet:

Official Statements:

“We are glad to know the reasons for Mario’s complaints and we are convinced that after recovering he will give us extra quality with his exceptional abilities,” said Dortmund’s director of sport Michael Zorc.

“Mario gets the full backing and maximum support from all of us at Borussia Dortmund on his way back.”

In such cases, the time taken is usually 8-10 months. Though, it is not known what the extent of the disorder is. Gotze has pledged that he will work hard to get back to full fitness and is undergoing treatment right now.

“I am in the process of getting treatment and I will do everything I can to get back into training as quickly as possible to help my team achieve our common goals,” Gotze told Dortmund’s official website on Monday.

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