In front of England Y Chelsea, Frank KirbyHe will not be available for his club or England for the “foreseeable future” because he is suffering from fatigue, the Chelsea manager has announced. Emma Hayes.
Kirby was named Super League Women’s Player of the Season last year, but the 28-year-old hasn’t played soccer since February this year. Kirby’s latest setback casts doubt on his participation in the European Championship, which England will host in July.
“She’s been suffering a lot from fatigue,” Hayes told reporters ahead of Chelsea’s FA Cup semi-final against Arsenal on Sunday. “I don’t have a definite reason why that, we don’t know. Forget about the athlete, she’s just a human being and she’s struggling and we have to get to the bottom of that … We’re going through a process of weeding to try and find out what he is fighting for.
“From my perspective, this is not the first time, she has been competing for many years. What I know is that she is not available for club or country and will not be for the foreseeable future.”
Kirby, who previously spent more than nine months after being diagnosed with a heart condition in late 2019, said it was time to prioritize his health. “It’s time to put health first. Thanks to everyone who took the time to message, I’m doing my best to try and get back one more time,” Kirby wrote on Twitter.
Source: La Verdad