“They said to me, ‘You’re not working well.’

Attacker “Neftekhimik” Nail Yakupov who previously played for Avangard, in an interview with , spoke about complications after a finger injury suffered last season.

On Tuesday, July 11, Neftekhimik announced the transfer to the club of 2021 Gagarin Cup winner Nail Yakupov. The agreement with the 29-year-old hockey player is designed for one year. Last season the striker played for Avangard, due to injury the player missed five months.

“People remember the story with the finger, because of which I missed five months of the last season, from the beginning of October to the end of February. But did I come out specifically for the Bereglazov shot so that my finger be crushed?

I could have played before, but I got the wrong operation and missed another two months. There is also my fault here… Some clubs might be embarrassed that I haven’t played for five months because of my finger. But they probably don’t even know the details.

– So tell me.

– I had an operation, but my finger did not bend. I couldn’t develop it. And I already trained, and the ice was, and the hall. I did everything. But the finger was like an unsewn mare’s tail. Just a foreign object on the arm.

They said, “You’re doing a bad job.” I answer: “Look at my finger. What else do you need to do to make it bend? I spend five or six hours on this finger.

Which one way did not apply! No one could figure out what my problem was. There were many arguments. But in the end it turned out that I had just done the wrong operation. I had to do it again, – Yakupov told .

Source : MatchTV

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