‘It’s too hard,’ Bernardo Silva plagues, exhausting the season

The new edition of the League of Nations has begun. On Thursday, June 2, Portugal faced Spain in a shock that was enough to salivate football fans. If they admit a draw, the Portuguese can catch up as they will play three new matches, by 12 June, two against Switzerland and one against the Czech Republic. Matches that Bernardo Silva considers to be completely unwelcome. Indeed, after a very busy season, the Manchester City midfielder said the bodies were exhausted and he feared injury in the coming weeks. “It’s very difficult for the players in a season where we played sixty games, to come here and play four more games.”Regretted the former Monaco after the match.

“A lot of people are talking about it, a lot of games, in the end, a lot of injuries. We will start the new season in a month, and for sure we will not be 100% ready. It is difficult but difficult. It is like that and we will give everything in the last three games. “Bernardo Silva concluded. Next season is likely to be even more difficult for footballers. The World Cup is held in the winter, and the schedule for all competitions will be postponed to finish in June 2023. The players, who will generally resume training at the beginning of next July, again risk drawing the language next year, at the end of this season.


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