Franz Gonzales: "I think we have already passed the most difficult stage"

Franz Gonzales: “I think we have already passed the most difficult stage”

June 20, 2023, 20:37 PM

June 20, 2023, 20:37 PM

The week started well for Franz Gonzales. The Oriente Petrolero midfielder reappeared at the club headquarters to carry out physiotherapy work, after the knee operation he underwent in February, due to a torn cruciate ligament.

“Yes, it had been a bit of a complicated injuryI think we have already passed the most difficult stage and now little by little we are getting ready to return,” said the 22-year-old from Cochabambino.

Four months after her operation, Gonzales feels the recovery is on the right track and that is why he returned to the refinery camp to do physiotherapy in the field.

“I think one feels at home here, close to the court and teammates. It’s a completely different feeling and enjoying it,” he added.

From the beginning it was confirmed that it would be down for six or seven months and he has been fulfilling the established times, since it is expected that in about two more months he will be able to play official matches again.

“There is still time left, but Since the day I was injured, I always had the illusion of coming back quickly, stronger and we are working for that,” said Gonzales.

The young soccer player recognized that feel powerless not being able to play due to the injury, but he tries to take this experience in stride because he believes that “things happen for a reason”.

Oriente Petrolero gets ready to play on Sunday as a visitor against Wilstermann, for date 17 of the tournament all against all. The match is scheduled for 7:30 p.m., at the Félix Capriles stadium in Cochabamba.

Refiners rank eighth from the standings with 18 points, but they only have a four-point difference over the colero who, coincidentally, is their rival on duty this weekend.

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