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Al-Hamadi: Promotion Made Playing Through Pain Worth It
Wednesday, 15th May 2024 11:42

Blues striker Ali Al-Hamadi, who underwent surgery on his adductor injury yesterday, says he’s been playing through a lot of pain but that it was made worthwhile by helping Town reach the Premier League.

As reported yesterday, the 22-year-old had a successful operation on the injury which had been hampering him ever since he joined the Blues from AFC Wimbledon during the January transfer window.

“These last few months of the season have been really gruelling for me mentally and physically,” the Iraqi international wrote on social media.

“Been playing through a lot of pain to help out my teammates, fans and staff achieve our goal. Was worth every single minute of it in the end 💙.

“Alhamdulillah [praise be to God], the operation was successful. Thanks to Dr Ernest Schilders and his team for doing an amazing job. Road to recovery has already begun. Back to work.”

Skipper Sam Morsy praised the frontman’s selfless attitude during the run-in.

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Bazza8564 added 15:09 - May 15
Great stuff, was really impressed with his attitude and willingness to play from the bench these last few months, and watching his reaction to be hoisted up at the promotion on pitch thing was joyous. Clearly a nice lad

therein61 added 18:18 - May 15
Credit to you young man for going through what you did for the club it speaks volumes for your attitude and spirit i wonder how his doubters and slammers on here feel now!? probably not a lot as they haven't a clue about football!!!!!

Linkboy13 added 19:07 - May 15
He was clearly restricted in his running and unable to lengthen his stride. He looks very good in and around the penalty area and seems to have the ability to be in the right place at the right time and his awareness of other players around him is very good. Premier league football has possibly came a bit early for him but you never know what he might be capable of fully fit.

SuperBlue69 added 20:49 - May 15
Has the potential to become a future ITFC legend…

WhoisJimmyJuan added 21:36 - May 15
Agreed Linkboy. My guess is he will be loaned out to a Championship side once recovered to continue his development. A shrewd acquisition and one for our future hopefully.

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