Arminia Bielefelds Kloss Managing Director Samir Arabi expects a complete physical recovery from striker Fabian Klos.
“First of all, it is important that recovery can proceed further. Also important is what the doctors have said, namely that there are no consequential damages, which affects the healing of the body,” said the 43-year-old. “Everything else is hard to predict.”
Bielefeld’s record scorer Klos had hurt at the 1-1 of his team on April 2 in the Football Bundesliga against the VFB Stuttgart with a violent collision with his teammate Alessandro Schöppe heavily injured.
The 34-year-old had been brought to the hospital and operated there. “I had a short contact with Fabian Klos, he has made the team the best wishes and support his support,” said Arminia’s coach Frank Kramer.
Déjà-Vu for Klos
For Klos it is not the first serious injury. In October 2013 he had hurt his face. After a collision in a header duel, Klos was operated at the facial skull, even forehead and eye socks were affected.
“I’m not the Fabi. But I have experienced the injury with him eight, nine years ago. Now the same fate has fallen again,” Arabi said. “This is nothing, which passes without a trace of a person. In this respect we will give him the support he needs. But I think he now needs the necessary rest and time to process the whole thing.”
In the upcoming Bundesliga game at VfL Wolfsburg (April 9, 15:30 / SKY), the Arminia must also give up Klos on midfielder Sebastian Vasiliadis. The 24-year-old falls out with knee problems.