Armando Broja had a successful procedure on Wednesday after suffering an ACL injury last week during Chelsea’s exhibition match against Aston Villa.Information Guide Nigeria
Armando Broja was carried off the pitch on a stretcher during last week’s encounter against Aston Villa in Abu Dhabi. Subsequently, Chelsea announced that the striker will be out for the remainder of the season due to an ACL injury.
Broja said on his Instagram: “Pleased to say I underwent a successful operation this morning.“Time to rest up before starting my road to recovery. Thank you once again to everyone who has sent messages of support.”JAMB Result
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This leaves Chelsea with only Kai Havertz and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as senior possibilities for this position. Chelsea’s offensive depth is already limited. The dearth of goals in the Chelsea offense has prompted manager Graham Potter to alter the team’s offensive strategy in search of answers.Jamb Portal
Broja provided Potter with a second offensive option, either as a substitute or a starter. This season in all competitions, he has made 18 appearances for Chelsea, scoring once and assisting once.NYSC Portal
He was close to leaving the club in the summer, having spent the previous season on loan at Southampton, but finally elected to remain at Stamford Bridge. He then signed a six-year contract and hopes to recover from this injury and compete for a starting position under Potter.
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