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10:16 07-October-2016

Chrapkowski is out for 2 weeks

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Written by: Rasmus Boysen

Piotr Chrapkowski is out for 2 weeks due to problems with his Achilles tendon.

At first the Spanish head coach of the Polish Champions League winners Vive Tauron Kielce, Talant Dujshebaev, had to deal with the fact, that the 24-year-old Polish line player Patryk Walczak is out for more than 2 months due to two broken bones in the hand. Now he can also not make use of the 28-year-old Polish left back Piotr Chrapkowski in the Champions League match this weekend against the Hungarian side MOL-Pick Szeged. The Polish national player is out for 2 weeks due to problems with his Achilles tendon:

"We do not want to take risks. The player can not play for about two more weeks. It is always better to rest a certain period of time and be healthy, than later had to undergo a surgery and be sidelined for six months," the charismatic coach said during a conference before the game against MOL-Pick Szeged.


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