“More fear than harm”: footballer Jeff Reine-Adélaïde reassures about his state of health

“More fear than harm”: footballer Jeff Reine-Adélaïde reassures about his state of health
“More fear than harm”: footballer Jeff Reine-Adélaïde reassures about his state of health

The news is reassuring. After receiving a ball in the face and collapsing, unconscious, on the pitch this Saturday during the match between his Molenbeek team and Charleroi in Belgium, Jeff Reine-Adélaïde worried the world of football. His trainer, Yannick Ferreira, even feared “a brain hemorrhage” given the violence of the shock.

A scenario dismissed early this Sunday morning by the former Olympique Lyonnais midfielder, who spoke on his Instagram account: “Thank you for your messages of support, more fear than harm” we can read in a story published by the 26-year-old player.

Jeff Reine-Adélaïde wanted to reassure about his state of health. (Instagram screenshot)

The player’s entourage also wanted to reassure by giving more details. “Jeff is doing well, there is no hemorrhage or after-effects,” it says, even though the player suffered from a concussion. RWD Molenbeek has not yet officially communicated on the player’s state of health.

Holder in this relegation playoff match lost 3-1 by his team, Reine-Adélaïde lost consciousness shortly before half-time, remaining unconscious for around ten minutes before being evacuated on a stretcher.

Passed by Arsenal in his youth, the French international hopefuls revealed himself at Angers before becoming the biggest transfer in the history of OL in August 2019. Hampered by injuries, since he was the victim of a rupture of the anterior cruciate ligaments of the right and left knees, “JRA” had tried to relaunch in Nice and Troyes before being released by Lyon and signing in Belgium last summer.

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