Aleksander Śliwka delivered bad news. This photo says it all

Aleksander Śliwka delivered bad news.  This photo says it all

Aleksander Śliwka published an eloquent photo with new information about his injury. Everything indicates that the ZAKSA star will be away longer than he expected. Fortunately, he also has reasons to smile.

Aleksander Śliwka suffered an injury during the match between Grupa Azoty ZAKSA Kędzierzyn-Koźle and the Belgian Knack Roeselare. After examination, it turned out that he would have to undergo surgery because he had a broken finger. Now he has provided new information about his health condition.

A longer pause for Aleksander Śliwka

“The ZAKSA captain will have a break from playing and training. Aleksander Śliwka suffered an injury while trying to block his opponent. (…) Unfortunately, the injury turned out to be so severe that a change was necessary in the next set. After returning to Poland, detailed tests confirmed the fears,” we read in the club’s official statement just after the unfortunate situation.

On Monday, December 18, Aleksander Śliwka underwent finger surgery, after which it became clear that his return to the pitch would be longer than he expected. The Polish representative posted a photo from the hospital on social media, which both saddened and reassured his fans.

“Hello everyone! The surgery was successful, although I have a longer break than expected. I can’t wait to get back on the field! Meanwhile, keep your fingers crossed for the team,” wrote the Grupa Azoty ZAKSA Kędzierzyn-Koźle player.

Athletes support Aleksander Śliwka

There were many comments under Aleksander Śliwka’s entry wishing him recovery. Among the commenters you can find words of support from, among others: Artur Szalpuk, Bartosz Bednorz, Andrzej Wrona and Łukasz Kaczmarek.

“We are waiting for you, Mordzia!”, “Get well and come back safely!”, “Cheers” – wrote the volleyball players. Apart from them, comments were also posted by, among others: Konrad Bukowiecki or Maria Andrejczyk. It is not known how long the captain of last year’s Champions League winners will have to be sidelined.

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