Adryelson hides a mystery about his return to sports and overcoming Neymar’s injury

Adryelson is on loan from Sport to Al Wasl and suffered a similar injury to Neymar’s in the 2014 World Cup; Check out SportBuzz’s exclusive Defender

Adrelson changed sports fur Wasl In 2021, since his arrival at the Emirates Club, the defender has had moments of joy and sadness. The player’s adaptation to the new culture, temperature and teammates was not as difficult as he had imagined, but rather an injury similar to that of his Neymar It was a surprise to him during the 2014 World Cup.

In an exclusive interview with SportBuzz, Adrelson opened up about his recovery as well as the concerns he experienced during his recovery at Al Wasl. The defender revealed that he did not feel his legs, and reported that he was afraid not to return to the field, in addition to not walking. However, in record time, he recovered and is already back in good shape.

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For me, it was the worst month of my life because I never had an injury like thisThe player said about the serious injury he sustained.

He was similar to Neymar, I didn’t think to stop playing but at the time of the hit I thought my leg movements would run out and I wouldn’t be able to walk anymore so at that time all of this came to me care because I didn’t feel my leg but thank God my recovery was very goodHe said to SportBuzz with exclusivity.

Although he had a difficult few months recovering from his injury, Adryelson quickly made a comeback on the pitch and immediately got back to the start with Al Wasl: “I felt so good, the preparation was so good, I just have to thank the support of all the physiotherapy staff and our physical trainer for being able to play 100%“.

And what about the future?

Adryelson in action
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Adryelson still does not know his future at Al Wasl and is experiencing a moment of uncertainty. Sport loaned the player to the Arab national team and still does not know whether he will continue in the team led by Oder Hellmann. In a statement to SportBuzz, The player also made a mystery puzzle and left the definition for the next few months: “This part is in the hands of God“.

Check out Adryelson’s full interview!

Q: How were the months of recovery from the injury and what went through your mind during that period?
a: For me, it was the worst month of my life because I never had an injury like this.

P: Your injury was similar to that of Neymar, have you ever thought about stopping playing football?
a: He was similar to Neymar, I didn’t think to stop playing but at the time of the hit I thought my leg movements would run out and I wouldn’t be able to walk anymore so at that time all of this came to me care because I didn’t feel my leg but thank God my recovery was very goodThe.

P: Now back to the field, Odair Hellmann leads you. How is your relationship with him?
a: My relationship with the teacher has always been good, I always talk to him and he always advises me about games and everything else.

P: Before the injury, you owned large numbers. Including goals. Can you say your adaptation was fast?
a: It was a bit quick, yes, the heat was just great at first and a bit of communication was complicated.

Q: You came back and in the first game you got injured, you came back to the starting line-up, and that shows how important you are to the team. How did you feel in this first match?
a: I felt so good, the preparation was so good, I just have to thank the support of all the physiotherapy staff and our physical trainer for being 100% ready to play.

P: Al Wasl has players like Ramiro, Gilberto and other Brazilians. How is this relationship between you two?
a: Our relationship is very good, we always help each other so that our team can perform well in every match.

Q: Do you intend to continue with Al Wasl, or is the possibility of returning to sports real?
a: This part is in the hands of God


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