THE LATEST NEWS FROM THE TREATMENT ROOM

The Feyenoord medics are as always keeping a close eye on the progress of the club’s cluster of long-term injured players. ‘Ebi Smolarek is on schedule and is expected to be fit again in February. Leonardo suffered a minor setback, but is now back on track. We all know the Van Hooijdonk situation and there’s four to six weeks between now and Ramon van Haaren’s recovery,’ club doctor Robbart van Linschoten concludes.

Ebi Smolarek has been out of contention since tearing cruciate ligaments in his right knee at the end of last season. The Pole continues to work hard on his comeback, which has been tentatively penciled in for mid-December. Ramon van Haaren ripped a muscle in his left leg and originally looked to be out for a month, but the leftback has now been advised to rest up a little longer to build up strength in his hamstring, the source of another recent injury. Leonardo Santiago suffered a complicated ankle injury in training late August. The Brazilian’s recovery is a fraction behind schedule and the forward is now aiming for a January return. Pierre van Hooijdonk is battling against a fractured fibula that is expected to keep the big man out of first team action for at least a further three weeks.
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