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Doctor: West Ham star may require surgery after what happened recently, set to undergo scans

We’re delighted to welcome injury expert Dr Rajpal Brar as our exclusive columnist. Each week he’ll be giving his views on the injury situation at West Ham...

West Ham attacker Jarrod Bowen may even require surgery after pulling out of the international squad, according to Dr Rajpal Brar.

According to the injury expert, he will have scans on his knee, which will reveal how significant his setback is.

The 26-year-old has a propensity to play despite discomfort, which could make his injury worse.

Brar, a sports scientist and physical therapy specialist, exclusively spoke with West Ham Zone.

“Bowen’s knee is bothering him, and more testing and scans will be performed to identify the problem.

“It does raise some concerns because he doesn’t usually complain about injuries and has a reputation for avoiding getting hurt.

“Surgery would be the worst case scenario, but without more information, it is difficult to give any possible diagnoses.”

With eight goals and one assist in 12 Premier League games this season, Bowen has been in outstanding form for the Hammers.

David Moyes’ team has even used the England international to play down the center as a result of the club failing to buy a striker during the summer.

The fact that he has scored in his previous three Premier League games and might not be available this weekend will be a huge loss for the team.



‘Very Sorry’ – West Ham ace on int’L duty reacts to manager news he’s been told in past 24 hrs

West Ham midfielder Tomas Soucek was “very sorry” to hear the news that Jaroslav Silhavy is resigning as Czech Republic head coach.

After Monday’s 3-0 victory over Moldova, in the dressing room, Silhavy gave the players his choice.

The Czechs’ triumph guaranteed them a spot in the European Championship finals for the eighth time in a row, but Silhavy won’t be leading them at Euro 2024.

According to iDNES.cz [21 November], Soucek said the following following the game: “He announced it to us in the dressing room and it knocked us out of the celebrations.” We apologized deeply.

It was a great time, and he was always helpful to the guys. I want to wish him all the best right now.

“I’ve stated time and time again that I support each and every player and coach here because they performed well.”

Uncertain future

Wearing a head bandage due to the facial injury he suffered against Poland last week, Soucek scored his team’s third goal in the easy victory over Moldova.

This implies that the West Ham player, who is still said to be joining Inter Milan, will now spend up to one month in Germany during the summer.

The unexpected resignation of Silhavy coincides with David Moyes, Soucek’s club manager, having an unclear future beyond this season.

Moyes’ contract expires in a little more than six months, and there hasn’t been any sign that negotiations for a new agreement will start anytime soon.

The best news to come out of this contest was that Soucek managed to play a full part, despite the nasty blow to the head he received a few days earlier.

That means he should be ready to go when West Ham resume Premier League action against Burnley on Saturday (25 November).

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