‘I hope Jordan Ayew’s injury against Tottenham isn’t that serious’ – Crystal Palace boss Oliver Glasner


Crystal Palace manager Oliver Glasner remains hopeful about Jordan Ayew’s injury sustained during their match against Tottenham Hotspur. Despite being substituted after the 70th minute, there’s optimism that Ayew will recover in time for their next game against Luton Town on March 9.

Crystal Palace faced a 3-1 defeat at the Tottenham Stadium, with Ayew’s substitution raising concerns about his condition. He had to leave the field due to a knock on his hip during the first half, sparking speculation about the severity of the injury.

In a post-game interview, Glasner revealed that Ayew had informed them about the injury at halftime. However, he reassured fans by expressing his belief that the injury might not be severe, offering a glimmer of hope for Ayew’s speedy recovery.

Ayew’s absence in the later part of the match raised concerns, especially considering his recent impressive performance. He had scored goals in consecutive games for Palace, earning a nomination for the EPL Goal of the Month Award for February with his strike against Everton.

The Austrian coach’s optimism reflects the importance of Ayew to the team’s performance. His presence adds depth and strength to Crystal Palace’s attacking lineup, making him a crucial asset for the team’s success.

While injuries are always a concern in football, Glasner’s hopeful outlook provides reassurance to fans and supporters of Crystal Palace. They will eagerly await updates on Ayew’s condition as they prepare for their upcoming match against Luton Town.

Ayew’s recent form underscores his significance to Crystal Palace’s success. His consistent ability to find the back of the net has been pivotal for the team, and his potential absence would undoubtedly be felt on the field.

As the team gears up for their next fixture, they remain hopeful for Ayew’s swift recovery. Fans will anxiously await further updates on his condition as the match day draws closer.

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