"Quaison damaged - can't miss EM-qualifier"
"MAINZ. Here is Janne Andersson's mardrömsbilder."
"With only two weeks left to the next EM-kvalsamling go succéspelaren Robin Quaison on crutches."
"– It feels like every time there is landslagssamling so I become injured before, " says the striker when Sportbladet meets with him in Mainz."
"When Sweden started the european CHAMPIONSHIP qualifier against Romania and Norway in march, Robin Quaison, 25, the chance from the start in both the matches and thanked for the confidence with a goal in each. "
"But when Sportbladet is on the site in Mainz to talk about the success of will Robin Quaison on the crutches directly from a medical check-up in Belgium."
" I got a blow on the foot a week ago. I thought it would be better but on the last training before the derby against Frankfurt I got really hurt and after the ice bath I couldn't move the foot."
" What is it that happens, I can not move the foot. X-ray did not say exactly what it was and then I went to Belgium to get a second opinion and now I've got a program and a treatment which we must run on in a few days and then we will see how the body and the foot reacts, " says Quaison."
"the national Team captain Andreas Granqvist, announced yesterday that he is unsure of game in the two upcoming european CHAMPIONSHIP qualification matches against Malta (7u002F6) and Spain (10u002F6). Now, therefore, Janne Andersson to write up another one of its key players on the list of injured."
" I know every time I put on my fotbollsskorna that there is a risk of injury but it is annoying when it feels like things rolling and I will be damaged. At the same time so I have to be positive and think that it not happened before the last collection, for when I had not been able to perform and do what I did then."
"When must you give notice to Janne if you are from the current collection do you think?"
" I don't think about it yet. The best would have been if I had been able to give notice the day before the match but I understand that Janne does not like it."
"We'll see how it will be, I keep myself calm and to our plan so far, says Quaison."