Kevin Kuranyi, Former German International, Suffers Cruciate Ligament Injury In Qatar

Kevin Kurmanji has been retired for 7 years now. Since then, he played in many types of matches, both for his club and for the national team. It is with these matches that he gained fame and respect from the football world. But on December 28th, his career had an unexpected end.

Former German global Kevin Kurmanji seriously hurt his knee during a legend video game during the World Cup in Qatar.


As the Build paper reported, the 40-year-old suffered a cruciate ligament and meniscal tear, and the cartilage was also harmed.
Unfortunately, the first assumption has actually come to life. This is frustrating, but it will be once again, stated the previous striker of VfB Stuttgart and FC Schalke 04 of the Build.
The World Association FIFA arranges the so-called legend Cup on Thursday and Friday in Doha’s tennis stadium, in which practically 100 previous footballers were divided into different groups and contend versus each other.
To name a few things, ex-world champs Other Matthews, Jürgen Kinsman (both Germany), Cafe, Roberto Carlos (both Brazil), Your Djorkaeff (France) and Francesco Tutti (Italy).

Kurmanji stood in the Northern Bears team, including together with the former Mexican goalkeeper Jorge Campos.

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