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Albanian striker Armando Broya Severely disappointed to help Chelsea throughout the 2022-2023 season. After suffering a knee injury from a warm-up game and having to undergo surgery for several months. but still not discouraged, wanting to come back strong again

Chelsea youngster Armando Broya admits he is “very sorry” to be out of the right to help the club for the remainder of the season, but insists he will come back even stronger. After having to undergo surgery on a knee injury received from a warm-up game, the agency lost 0-1 to Aston Villa in Dubai, United Arab Emirates on Sunday, December 11th. 

Armando Broya

The 21-year-old, who played 19 minutes in the friendly, was forced off after a collision with defender Ezri Konza And he felt a noticeable pain in his right knee. Which after that He was sent back for injury scans in England. With the Blues confirming that through their UFABET website. The star’s anterior cruciate ligament has been damaged.

“Unfortunately, scan results have confirmed that The anterior cruciate ligament of the knee joint is torn. And the players need surgery. Following the surgery , Armando will work closely with the club’s medical team during his recovery. and is expected to miss the remainder of the 2022-2023 season. navy blue lion

At the same time, the Albanian national team center also posted a message stating that. It’s sad to end 2022 with this event. It’s been hard to process everything over the past few days, but I’m determined to come back stronger and better. Everyone has a path to the top. This is just a small setback for a good thing. That will follow in the future Thank you to everyone who sent messages of encouragement. It means a lot thank you all i will be back soon

Broja has just extended his contract at Stamford Bridge. Until the end of June 2028 as one of the players Chelsea want to step into the main line in the future. But the period of his development had come to a screeching halt. And still do not know. When the pain returns, will the form return as good as before or not?