Seriously injured after the gross fault of Éric Bailly during the 32nd final of the Coupe de France between Hyères (N2) and Olympique de Marseille, Almike Moussa N’Diaye came out of silence for the first time this Saturday. In an interview given to RMC Sports, the midfielder returned to his state of health to date. The 26-year-old also spoke about the damage this injury has had on his career.
“Regarding my injuries, they are still sharp to this day, especially in the liver and ribs. I recover slowly. It’s not easy mentally but I’m hanging on thanks to the support of those around me (…). The shock and the minutes that followed were traumatic, it’s true. The following days were also emotionally trying. It was an important game and season in my career, with high stakes. I know that several professional clubs follow me and this injury could be a brake on my ambitions. (…) I had 30 days of ITT (temporary incapacity for work) following my liver, kidney and rib injuries. So far, I have not resumed any physical activity. The doctors recommend a recovery not before two to three months, but it will depend on the evolution of my state of health. » Following this fault and his expulsion, Éric Bailly received a seven-game suspension.