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The Tunisian striker Sfaxien was injured by a severed cruciate ligament and was absent for 8 months

Gabonese Malik Evona, the striker of the Tunisian club Sfaxien, suffered a cut in the cruciate ligament, after the player underwent several medical examinations during the past hours, to confirm his absence from the stadiums for a period of up to 8 months.

Ivona suffered a cut in the cruciate ligament, amid a great shock on the part of club officials and the technical staff, who wished to make the most of the player during the next stage of the Tunisian league.

Evona has only participated in a few minutes since joining Sfaxien, where he suffered a severe injury, which is a muscle tear, at the start of his transfer to the Tunisian team.

Sfaxien officials decided to transfer the Nigerian Kingsley Sukary to a private hospital for further care and medical examination after he suffered a severe injury.

Sukary’s injury was caused by a ball colliding with him during the Kairouan League meeting in the Tunisian League.

The player was unable to complete the match, was withdrawn from the match, and paid by his colleague Shadi Hammami in his place.

Sukary will undergo medical examinations to check on his health, amid great concern on the part of the coaching staff and the players.

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