CSKA Moscow Goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev in Good Health and Ready for Next Match, Says Chief Physician
Moscow Club’s Chief Physician Provides Update on CSKA Goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev
The chief physician of the Moscow club, Eduard Bezoglov, has reassured fans that CSKA’s goalkeeper and captain, Igor Akinfeev, is in good health. He confirmed that Akinfeev will be able to participate in the team’s upcoming match this season.
Akinfeev’s Absence in the Match Against Orenburg
Akinfeev was not included in the team’s application for the sixth round match of the Russian Premier League against Orenburg. The match is scheduled to take place at the Ural club stadium on Friday at 17:30 Moscow time. The 37-year-old goalkeeper has been out of play since August 5 due to an injury. Bezoglov explained that although Akinfeev could have played against Orenburg, the coaching staff decided to rest him due to the artificial turf at the club’s stadium.
Details of the Russian Premier League Match
The match between CSKA and Orenburg is part of the Russian Premier League (RPL). It is set to take place on August 25, 2023, with a scheduled start time of 17:30. However, as of now, the match has not yet started.
Akinfeev’s Performance in the RPL
So far in this season, Akinfeev has played three matches in the Russian Premier League.
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