USMNT forward Daryl Dike might be out for up to nine monthsAccording to a Tuesday statement from West Brom, American international Daryl Dike will be sidelined for up to nine months due to an Achilles injury.
On Saturday, West Brom defeated Stoke 2-1. The striker needed an oxygen mask and was carried out on a stretcher. Albion striker Daryl Dike will be out for six to nine months after sustaining an Achilles tendon injury against Stoke City on Saturday, according to a club statement.
The USA international's right Achilles will need to be repaired surgically, according to a later scan, following which he will start his recovery.Achilles injury in hs Dike will receive all the assistance he needs from Albion's.
Medical and sports science teams this year to get back to full fitness. Dike scored seven goals in 23 Championship games for West Brom this season, putting himself back in the running for the USMNT.
Dike, 22, was not on the USMNT squad for the match against Mexico on Wednesday since it was played outside of the FIFA international window and the team was largely made up of domestic players from the United States.
Dike posted on social media, "Words cannot be formed to convey how I feel right now. "I'm beyond devastated about this injury because it feels like nothing I do right now is going to work out.
Despite your best efforts, things will happen in life that are out of your control; you cannot go back and alter these things; instead, you must accept them and decide how to respond. Now is the moment for me to recover and respond positively to myself.
The native of Oklahoma switched from Major League Soccer's Orlando City to West Brom in January 2022. His season-ending hamstring injury occurred during his maiden start, against Peterborough on January 22, after making his debut as a second-half substitute against Queens Park Rangers on January 15.
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