The forward collided with Anthony Martial in the game against Manchester United earlier this season and Ronald Koeman revealed at the AGM that he could be out until November or December of this year as a result.
Bolasie says that the training he was used to at Palace is different to that at Everton – which you’d expect – but that his new routine meant he didn’t realise he had a problem brewing and so carried on pushing himself.
He said, “I’m going back to the drawing book and it was something I hadn’t spotted, probably because I wasn’t in my normal routine that I would have liked to have been when you move to a new club.
“At Crystal Palace, I had my routine – I was all right, I knew what was going on in my body. But when you move, you start doing different training methods. You don’t realise that other places in your body are getting tight and you still carry on.
“Next time, I’d know how to avoid it. But it happened. It’s a freak accident, but part of football.”
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