West Ham United defender Nayef Aguerd injury update emerges
Nayef Aguerd, a defender for West Ham, could be sidelined for Morocco’s upcoming international matches due to injury, as reported by Claire and Hugh.
On November 14, the news source stated that he was being evaluated for a possible concussion following a knock he sustained during the victory over Nottingham Forest.
After talking about the current situation, C&H’s source acknowledged that the center back might leave later this week.
According to the report, “He may travel later in the week,” our source at London Stadium added, clarifying that he was still at the club at the time. On the concussion issue, our medics will have the last say.
Continue in London.
There is some positive news despite the initial disappointment of hearing that Aguerd might miss the international break due to a minor injury.
Aguerd’s additional rest may end up being a godsend for the Hammers.
It will guarantee that Aguerd has enough time to heal and strengthen, reducing the possibility that he will aggravate his injury or experience setbacks.
Having a well-rested and fully recovered Moroccan is essential for the long and demanding Premier League season, as the success of the team depends on the fitness of every player.
Aguerd can also work with the West Ham coaching staff to improve certain aspects of his game and fine-tune his fitness during this break.
It makes it possible to take a targeted and concentrated approach to his development, which will improve his performance all around when he plays again for the claret and blue.
Even though there’s a slim chance he could get hurt, he shouldn’t take the chance, waiting to see what the medical staff brings back.
Antonio must reverse a worrying trend
The Jamaica blues must be reversed by Antonio.
Over the past two years, at West Ham, a very predictable pattern has emerged. Michail Antonio has a tendency to vanish for international duty and then come back totally exhausted.
On Thursday, November 17, Jamaica will host World Cup qualifiers against Canada in Kingston. On Tuesday, November 21, the team will travel north to Toronto for the second leg. With his anticipated return from Canada on Wednesday, Antonio should have plenty of time to recuperate before his trip to Burnley on Saturday.
David Moyes has benched the forward for the past two games, and it is highly unlikely that he can afford to return to West Ham in bad form. Antonio cannot afford Mohammed Kudus’ dreadful fifteen-hour journey from Comoros to England, so he must forego his customary period of acclimatization.
Antonio has the ideal opportunity to re-establish himself in the West Ham squad during the Premier League matchup with Burnley. On the other hand, he might find himself totally out of favor if his first game back from international duty is anything like previous returns.