Solomon: "The last few days have been difficult, this is not how I dreamed the season would start"
The Fulham player, who managed to make one appearance in the Premier League before being injured in a training match, said that he underwent surgery following the knee injury and said: "I will come back stronger and better than ever"
Monday, August 15, 2022, 6:12 p.m
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Menor Solomon in an interview with Sport1 after his debut in Fulham's 2:2 draw against Liverpool (Sport1)
Manor Solomon completed this summer the dream he had been aiming for for so many years - to play in the big league.
As part of the influx of foreigners from Ukrainian football following the war in the country, a player of the Israeli national team and Shakhtar Donetsk also moved on and joined Fulham - the newcomer to the Premier League.
The Israeli managed to make his debut in England when he came on as a substitute in a 2:2 draw against Liverpool in the opening round, but an unfortunate injury in a training match a day later meant that he would have to wait a long time until his second appearance in the Premier League.
will be absent in the near future.
Solomon (Photo: GettyImages, Mike Hewitt)
This evening (Tuesday), the footballer published a post in which he shares his feelings after the stormy start to life in the kingdom: "Last Saturday I fulfilled a dream and made my debut in the place and in the league that I always wanted. The next day I participated in an indoor training game and was injured. I made a wrong movement that caused me to injure my knee and unfortunately I had to pass A surgery that will disable me in the near future."
"The last few days have been very difficult for me, I never dreamed that the beginning of my season would look like this, but the messages and words I received warmed my heart, strengthened me a lot and only made me realize that I will really come back stronger and better than ever. I love you and look forward to making you happy on the field soon" .
As is known, apart from his team's games in the Premier League, Solomon is expected to miss the fateful meeting of the Israeli national team against Albania in September as part of the Nations League, where Alon Hazan's team will be able to secure first place and a place in the Euro 2024 qualifying playoffs.
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