The return of ‘Bull’ Hwang Hee-chan is imminent

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asked Mar 31 in H&E by zportzs30 (580 points)

Hwang Hee-chan collapsed during the round of 16 match between Brighton and FA Cup on the 29th of last month. He started as a starter and was replaced by Neto with a limp after complaining of pain in the back of his thigh in the 9th minute of the second half. He was more concerned because he injured his hamstring again, which had a history of injury.

Hwang Hee-chan was ruled not allowed to play for up to six weeks. As a result, Hwang was not called up for the second consecutive match against Thailand, where Hwang Sun-hong was temporarily at the helm. Lee Kang-in replaced Hwang on the right side. Korea tied with Thailand 1-1 in Seoul and secured a 3-0 away win in Bangkok.

Hwang Hee-chan, who was excluded from the national team, is working hard on rehabilitation with his team. There are many fans who miss Hwang Hee-chan.

Wolverhampton will play an away game with Aston Villa on Tuesday. As expected, Hwang was not included in the list. Wolverhampton coach Gary O'Neill mentioned Hwang's condition at an official press conference on Tuesday.

O'Neill said, "Chainy (Hwang Hee-chan) has returned to ground training and is exercising hard. His hamstring is also very good. Hwang Hee-chan also said he was in a good mood. I will make sure that Hwang's safety is guaranteed after all possible tests."

O'Neill continued, "Hwang Hee-chan's return is not far away. I hope he can play for sure in the next three weeks."

If Hwang makes a smooth return, he will likely be able to help Wolverhampton compete for the final ranking in mid-April. Hwang is still 11th in scoring in the Premier League with 10 goals.



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