Jürgen Klinsmann’s national soccer team has been hit with a rash of injuries. This time, Japan goalkeeper Song Bum-geun (Shonan Belmare) went down with a fatigue fracture in his left foot.

Shonan Belmare officially announced on the 26th that Song Bum-geun was diagnosed with a fatigue fracture of the scaphoid bone in his left foot.

The scaphoid is the bone in the middle of the foot, and when it suffers a fatigue fracture, the pain becomes increasingly severe. The treatment period is said to be six to eight weeks, as he will have to stop exercising. If the condition is severe, surgery may be necessary.

This raises the possibility that Song will not be able to accompany the national team to England next month for a two-game A-match series.

Song, who has been called up as a backup goalkeeper after Kim Seung-kyu and Cho Hyun-woo, played in the first match of the A-Match.

Ahead of Song, Oh Hyun-gyu (Celtic), Cho Kyu-sung (Mitwillan), and Lee Kang-in (Paris Saint-Germain) have all been injured and are in doubt for the squad. It’s looking increasingly likely that Klinsmann won’t be able to play the two A matches at full strength. Klinsmann is scheduled to play against Wales on Nov. 8 and Saudi Arabia on Nov. 13.토토사이트

It is also a question of who will be selected as Song’s replacement. Lee Chang-geun (Daejeon Hana Citizens), Kim Jung-hoon (Jeonbuk Hyundai), and Kim Dong-jun (Jeju United), all of whom are playing in the K League 1, will be looking to replace Song in the national team.

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