Chilean footballer Felipe Mora, who celebrates his 29th birthday this Tuesday, is going through a tough time in Portland Timbers, USA. In the past few hours, the Audax Italiano-trained striker has received the harsh news that he won’t be able to play for the next nine months.
Mora suffered a rebellious injury in February of this year, which put him among the cottons all season. Now it must be run to find a final solution.
This was stated by the Portland Timbers, through its official channels. The American club stated that “forward Felipe Mora will undergo surgery to repair the cartilage in his left knee next Wednesday, August 3rd.”
“Moura underwent an arthroscopic debridement operation on his left knee on February 18th, which put him back for part of the season, but the symptoms now require a more extensive intervention,” added the fund that Mora has been working in since the start of 2020.
The Chilean striker will be rehabilitating with the Timbers medical staff and from the club expect he will be out of the field for at least nine months, which he was only able to play again in May 2023.
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