The athlete himself is probably the most stressed. However, from the team’s point of view, there is no choice but to be upset, and it will not be a problem that will be completely solved by just waiting.
NC Dinos endured with a 50% win rate without ace Gu Chang-mo (26). In the first half, they recorded 39 wins and 38 losses and kept their 4th place. From May 18th to June 1st, Koo Chang-mo returned after taking a break for 15 days. It was a proactive move he took to manage his elbow fatigue.아톰카지노
However, against LG last June 2, which was his return match, he felt discomfort in the forearm of his left arm again, and he dealt with only one batter and was re-tried. Coach Kang In-kwon was confident that he could return before the All-Star break. However, the injury didn’t get better, it got worse. He thought it was a muscle problem, but in 2021, a stress fracture occurred again in the area operated on, and his long-term colonization became inevitable. From June 2, when Gu Chang-mo was judged early, NC continued to win 50% with a record of 16 wins, 15 losses and 1 draw.
50% without Goo Chang-mo, but the starting lineup is always dangerous
I held out anyway. However, if the starting lineup is not stable, the current performance is like building a castle on sand. We have to go through the season trembling at the risk of collapsing. Eric Peddy, the strongest ace in the league, is holding on, but Peddy alone is not strong enough to lead the starting lineup throughout the season. As foreign partner Taylor Widener has yet to get on the right track, Gu Chang-mo’s injury gap is getting more and more regrettable.
It is highly likely that starters who suffered unexpected injuries during the game, such as Choi Seong-young (orbital fracture) and Lee Jae-hak (toe fracture), who played their part as substitute starters, will not be able to return at the start of the second half. Both players are expected to return in early August.
There is a promise of when the two players will return, but in the case of Gu Chang-mo, the rehabilitation schedule is expected to be determined according to the results of the upcoming reexamination. At the end of the first half, coach Kang In-kwon explained, “Gu Chang-mo will undergo a reexamination on the 21st, and the rehabilitation schedule will come out after that.”
Gu Chang-mo reexamination on the 21st… Both the NC and Hangzhou AG national teams are aware of the reexamination results
The fateful 21st is approaching. If Gu Chang-mo’s return is normally made around the end of August, NC can prepare for the future with some expectations. Coach Kang In-kwon emphasized, “I think how the injured players recover and come back in the second half will determine where our team will be in the end.” Koo Chang-mo is the player at the center. Since Koo Chang-mo was also selected for the Asian Games national team, the national team will be able to prepare for the tournament without worrying too much about the starting lineup. Despite the injury, it is inevitable that Koo Chang-mo’s recovery from injury will be important as he believed in his ability and was selected
. This is Koo Chang-mo, who signed a non-FA multi-year contract worth 13.2 billion won in 7 years. He was very proud of himself. He had a firm will to do his part in the long-term contract. He tried to show the true face of a ‘healthy Koo Chang-mo’. However, In the first year of a large contract, time is running out due to injuries. It is frustrating because it is the result that everyone did not want and did not want. First of all,
NC endured with 50% without Gu Chang-mo. However, the time when Gu Chang-mo is really needed is coming. Based on the results of Gu Chang-mo’s reexamination NC and the Asian Games national team are also praying for Koo Chang-mo’s rehabilitation schedule to be organized smoothly.