“Isn’t good for the game” – Director suggests fans partly to blame for Wolves man’s injury By Naveen Ullal -22nd February 2024

After struggling for regular playing time at Wolverhampton Wanderers in the first half of the season, Saša Kalajdžić joined Eintracht Frankfurt on loan in January.

The striker enjoyed a promising start to his loan stay, with a goal and two assists in the first five games. In his sixth game for the Bundesliga, he sustained a catastrophic knee injury against SC Freiburg.

According to Bild, spectators at Freiburg’s home stadium are being chastised after the Wolves player was wounded.

The match was halted in the third minute as Freiburg fans threw sweets on the ground and flew remote controlled planes over the field in ‘protest against an investor transaction’.

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The game was resumed five minutes later, and the Austria international gripped his knee and lay on the ground without making contact with any opposing player.
Bild reports that Eintracht Frankfurt sporting director Markus Krösche feels there is a link between the fan demonstrations and the Wolves player’s injury.

“I do not think it is beneficial for the game. Saša Kalajdžić sustained an injury following a break. Because the rhythm breaks down, which is ultimately bad for the game,” he told RTL, as reported by Bild.

Kalajdžić’s season has been cut short, and he will now focus on recovering from the significant setback.

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