– Switzerland will have to learn to win without Jovan Djokic
Seriously injured in an ankle, the Genevan attended the preparation matches against Israel. Sitting in the stands and his ghost on the field.
A player alone does not make a team. “Yes, but he can be his pillar, his catalyst,” says Quentin Zeller, referring to his teammate Jovan Djokic and lamenting his absence from the field. In fact, the captain of the Swiss team was there this weekend, at Sous-Moulin. But he dragged his spleen, his crutches, his orthopedic walking boot and his bruised right ankle, victim last week of a serious lust.
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