Injury: HSV has to do without Bakery Jatta at the start of the season

Die HSV professionals are currently on vacationb and relegation wounds barely healed – the club was hit by the next violent blow to the neck of a sporting nature. Bakery Jatta has suffered a serious muscle injury and will be out for at least several weeks.

The Jatta shock at HSV. The 23-year-old was treated for minutes in the relegation first leg in Berlin and then had to be replaced. The Gambier did not train with the team between the duels with Hertha, and Jatta bit his teeth again in the 0-2 home game defeat, but was ineffective in his 74 minutes. Did the striker just play too soon?


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After the promotion, the Hamburg doctors ordered another MRI examination at Jatta, the diagnosis now resulted in the week-long failure. A “severe” muscle injury in the thigh will cost the winger the start of the season – and the important and valuable preparation. In the past season, Jatta played in all 34 games, was an important part of the offensive under Tim Walter with three goals and nine assists. Next season, that’s already certain, the long-running favorite from Hamburg will be missing at the start.

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