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Newcastle United ace Isak victim of ‘perfect storm’ as image emerges

Alexander Isaac suffered a ‘perfect storm’ at the start of the season and Newcastle United will have to handle his comeback very carefully.

This is the view of medical expert Ben Deeney, who is responsible for injured prime minister website with injury and data analysis training, specifically targeting soccer insider.

Isaac has been out for Newcastle since September when he suffered a hamstring injury while on duty in Sweden.

Craig Hope for the Daily Mail Report Earlier this week (December 6), the 23-year-old was training away from the squad during the club’s mid-season training camp in Saudi Arabia.

As quoted chronicle On the same day, Eddie Howe confirmed that the striker will not feature in any upcoming friendly matches but will try to get him fit for the Carabao Cup clash against Bournemouth later this month (December 21).

“I think we forget now that Isak has been at the club for so long, but after coming to the club he was a bit stuck when Callum Wilson was left out.

“Players need opportunities and time to adapt to the intensity of the Premier League. Isak came and did a great job.

“Maybe the setback was partly because the load and the circumstances changed and then he went to the national team. He built himself up and created the perfect storm.

“What was initially considered a small setback has now, with several setbacks, turned into quite a long setback.

“While his availability in these non-competitive games is still debatable, it is still a realistic goal for him to join the team and do some serious training to keep him fit for the rest of the Premier League season.

“Hopefully Callum Wilson will be ready for Newcastle and Eddie Howe can hope to use Isak in the right way.

“It’s a time-pressed environment, the pressure is always there and there’s the burden of fan expectations.

“If Wilson doesn’t quite fit and Isak has done some work, then there’s a temptation to use Isak earlier than ideal. The risk-reward analogy can be difficult to balance, especially when encounters come quickly and in abundance. ”

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