Top 5 serious football injuries

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Football can be one of the most fascinating games for football lovers that also comes accompanied with a number of strains and pains if not played properly. There can be a number of football injuries that can also be disastrous at times. Here are top 5 serious football injuries

Kieron Dyer

This famous footballer has always been prone to injuries.This footballer was a victim of one of the worst mishaps that occurred in the second round of the Carling Cup  around 8 and half years ago. Dyers leg was broken in two places when he was hit by Joe Jacobson in his leg. Many people thought  this was the end of his career, but, he returned to action 5 months afterwards.

Henrik Larsson

Larsson faced a double fracture on his leg caused by  Serge Blanc. He was not sure to make a comeback, but he did. He scored a total of 180 goals with Celtic as well.

Alan Smith

A miscalculation caused the footballer to have a broken left leg and a dislocated ankle.It took him 7 months to recover  but then he continued playing.

Djibril Cisse

In a strange flow of events, Cisse caught his shoe on the field’s grass which caused him to fall really gracelessly resulting in fracturing his left leg’s fibula and tibia. Doctors thought that his leg would have to be amputated, but he again resumed his football career after 7 months. Jibril Cisse broke his right leg 2 years later in a World Cup match between France and China once again.

Luc Nilis

Nilis career ended in just 3 games where a violent collision with Richard Wright, the goalkeeper of Ipswich at the time caused a twofold fracture on Nilis’ right leg, forcing him to publicize his retirement about four months after the incident.

These are the top 5 football injuries that the players met with and each of them also had to visit a chiropody like City Chiropody for treating the same.This is one of the best chiropody centers that are good in treating leg injuries and orthopaedic injuries as well.

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