For Kasper Dolberg was his rehabilitation at a stroke a lot more fun when Erik ten Hag took the reins at Ajax.
Kasper Dolberg ran his injury during the 3-1 victory of Ajax at Willem II.
The Dane tore just before the winter break a couple of straps in his right foot and worked the last period up in the weight room in his uppie on his recovery. He was more often and for longer in The Future than any of his healthy teammates.
“But when the group under Erik ten Hag also often two times a day, went to train, I had more people around me. When everyone at 13:00 hour on the road is, are you faster alone.”
Dolberg hung the last few weeks – ad nauseum – in the dumbbells. “It was 6 long weeks. Always the same exercises, it was a bit boring. I had my left leg keep on training so that no backlog would increase. In addition, I have a lot of strength training done and my upper body trained.”
Now dare the Danish striker again gently to a comeback to think. “I need it step for step. It is hard to say when I again in the ArenA stand, that all depends on how my foot reacts. The plaster is now off and it feels quite good. My ankle and toes are not yet as strong as before the injury. The focus is now on recovering the strength in my leg. Join the group training is a big thing for me now, other targets are for later.”
The injury came with the eye on world cup bad for Dolberg. “Of course, I’ve thought about it or my injury would influence on the choices of the coach, but I don’t think his opinion has changed. It will depend on how much I still play this season and whether I play. The world cup is so far not more.”