The end of a calamity that lasted an incredible 514 days: Luka Kerin finally returns to the pitch for the first time since last May in a Brava jersey
Luka Kerin showed great promise when he was younger. So much so that he has even convinced the leading men of Inter’s youth drive with his talent. He stayed in Milan for three years, was loaned to Krško in between, and started his first league career in Celje in 2018. He played well in the capital, was a national champion, and then Luka Kerin decided to move to Ljubljana last February. He signed for Bravo but not long after he started his adventure in Spodnja Šiška, an accident struck.
Luka Kerin won his first league match with Olimpija injured his ankle. The diagnosis was anything but pleasant: broken cartilage, broken bones… But even so, nobody could have imagined that Luka Kerin would rest for almost a year and a half! It is. He spent an incredible 514 days on the sidelines! But now the calamity is over.
It’s true that Bravo lost away to Rogaška on Wednesday, but for the 24-year-old it was still a game of triumph. He returned after a long night of nightmares and played his first 35 minutes since last May.
“Despite the defeat, yesterday was a special day for me. After almost a year and a half of such and such tortures, the day finally came when I could step out on the pitch again and do what I love to do,” said a visibly relieved Luka Kerin, who admitted that he had had a period of “nervous and moodless days, which of course were not few in this period“. But that is now in the past. Luka Kerin is back.
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