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Oliveira: «The most difficult moment of my career»

Nelson Oliveira shared his thoughts and insights on the upcoming Super League Interwetten match against Aris to the Novasports cameras. Read what the Portuguese forward said on paokfc.gr.

27.11.2021

On his current fitness status:

«I’m doing well. The first and most difficult stage is over. At first it ‘s not easy to walk on crutches and so you can not do a lot of things. Now I have started doing things and training. I think that the next time I will be able to do something more, go out and play a bigger part in training.»

On if he has discussed with the medical staff about when exactly he will return:

«With these injuries you cannot make many clear plans too soon. In some cases it takes fve months, in some others six, or even seven to be able to resume full training with the other players. All you can do is follow the doctors’ instructions as you try to recover and rehabilitate yourself. Right now, whatever I do with the doctors, I see that I am fine and my body is reacting properly to the exercises.»

On whether it was the most difficult moment of his career:

«It was the hardest moment of my career. I started the season and only played in only the first two games. I was feeling good in the team from the start and the injury was a big blow. I did not expect it. In the game I got injured I did not understand what had happened and I continued playing. But I had a nice chat with the coach at the hotel after the game and he supported me a lot. Everyone has supported so much. My teammates, and everyone at the club. This helps me to think that I will come back stronger.»

On how he sees the team shaping up so far this season:

«I have seen almost all of the games. I watch at home and from the stadium. During the first part of my recovery, it was difficult for me to see the away games. The team is well on its way, we have not reached the point we want to yet, but for example, in the game against Copenhagen at home we were very unlucky; we created a lot of chances, but we did not get the victory we wanted. We are close to qualifying to the knockout stages in Europe, we are close to the top of the league and training hard to get where we want to be.»

On whether there is a secret to success in derbies:

«The key word is to be aggressive in these games. To show that we want it more than the opposition. We do not lack quality. We can win tomorrow and games like this with Aris can give a confidence boost to a team for us to achieve what we want during the rest of the season.»

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Oliveira: «The most difficult moment of my career»

Nelson Oliveira shared his thoughts and insights on the upcoming Super League Interwetten match against Aris to the Novasports cameras. Read what the Portuguese forward said on paokfc.gr.

27.11.2021

On his current fitness status:

«I’m doing well. The first and most difficult stage is over. At first it ‘s not easy to walk on crutches and so you can not do a lot of things. Now I have started doing things and training. I think that the next time I will be able to do something more, go out and play a bigger part in training.»

On if he has discussed with the medical staff about when exactly he will return:

«With these injuries you cannot make many clear plans too soon. In some cases it takes fve months, in some others six, or even seven to be able to resume full training with the other players. All you can do is follow the doctors’ instructions as you try to recover and rehabilitate yourself. Right now, whatever I do with the doctors, I see that I am fine and my body is reacting properly to the exercises.»

On whether it was the most difficult moment of his career:

«It was the hardest moment of my career. I started the season and only played in only the first two games. I was feeling good in the team from the start and the injury was a big blow. I did not expect it. In the game I got injured I did not understand what had happened and I continued playing. But I had a nice chat with the coach at the hotel after the game and he supported me a lot. Everyone has supported so much. My teammates, and everyone at the club. This helps me to think that I will come back stronger.»

On how he sees the team shaping up so far this season:

«I have seen almost all of the games. I watch at home and from the stadium. During the first part of my recovery, it was difficult for me to see the away games. The team is well on its way, we have not reached the point we want to yet, but for example, in the game against Copenhagen at home we were very unlucky; we created a lot of chances, but we did not get the victory we wanted. We are close to qualifying to the knockout stages in Europe, we are close to the top of the league and training hard to get where we want to be.»

On whether there is a secret to success in derbies:

«The key word is to be aggressive in these games. To show that we want it more than the opposition. We do not lack quality. We can win tomorrow and games like this with Aris can give a confidence boost to a team for us to achieve what we want during the rest of the season.»

Relevant News

Oliveira: «The most difficult moment of my career»

Nelson Oliveira shared his thoughts and insights on the upcoming Super League Interwetten match against Aris to the Novasports cameras. Read what the Portuguese forward said on paokfc.gr.

27.11.2021

On his current fitness status:

«I’m doing well. The first and most difficult stage is over. At first it ‘s not easy to walk on crutches and so you can not do a lot of things. Now I have started doing things and training. I think that the next time I will be able to do something more, go out and play a bigger part in training.»

On if he has discussed with the medical staff about when exactly he will return:

«With these injuries you cannot make many clear plans too soon. In some cases it takes fve months, in some others six, or even seven to be able to resume full training with the other players. All you can do is follow the doctors’ instructions as you try to recover and rehabilitate yourself. Right now, whatever I do with the doctors, I see that I am fine and my body is reacting properly to the exercises.»

On whether it was the most difficult moment of his career:

«It was the hardest moment of my career. I started the season and only played in only the first two games. I was feeling good in the team from the start and the injury was a big blow. I did not expect it. In the game I got injured I did not understand what had happened and I continued playing. But I had a nice chat with the coach at the hotel after the game and he supported me a lot. Everyone has supported so much. My teammates, and everyone at the club. This helps me to think that I will come back stronger.»

On how he sees the team shaping up so far this season:

«I have seen almost all of the games. I watch at home and from the stadium. During the first part of my recovery, it was difficult for me to see the away games. The team is well on its way, we have not reached the point we want to yet, but for example, in the game against Copenhagen at home we were very unlucky; we created a lot of chances, but we did not get the victory we wanted. We are close to qualifying to the knockout stages in Europe, we are close to the top of the league and training hard to get where we want to be.»

On whether there is a secret to success in derbies:

«The key word is to be aggressive in these games. To show that we want it more than the opposition. We do not lack quality. We can win tomorrow and games like this with Aris can give a confidence boost to a team for us to achieve what we want during the rest of the season.»