Adeyemi, Huws and Dozzell continue rehab at renowned Qatar medical centre

Tom Adeyemi has been working on his rehab in Qatar. PICTURE: STEVE WALLER

Tom Adeyemi has been working on his rehab in Qatar. PICTURE: STEVE WALLER - Credit: Picture: Steve Waller

Three of Ipswich Town’s injured midfielders have been continuing their recovery at a world-renowned clinic in Qatar.

Andre Dozzell, Tom Adeyemi and Emyr Huws all missed the majority of the season due to injury issues, but have been busy working on their fitness ahead of a planned return in pre-season.

They have all been based at the Aspetar rehabilitation centre in Doha, a highly-respected orthopaedic and sports medicine hospital, as part of their bid for fitness.

Adeyemi, who has been sidelined with hamstring injuries, said: “It was an amazing experience for me at Aspetar.

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“In terms of the facilities they have on offer, it is the best treatment centre I have ever been to anywhere in the world.

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“When I arrived, I was really struggling with my injury. The work I was able to do and the help I received was fantastic.

“I’m now fully confident in my ability to make a full recovery from this injury. I have also been given tools that will help me sustain this progress long-term so I am really pleased with how it all went.”

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Huws is close to finishing his stint in Qatar and is looking forward to returning to action when pre-season gets under way.

“I spoke to my two team-mates who have visited before and they spoke very highly of the place,” he said.

“The quality of staff is really good and the facilities are second to none. It’s very difficult to get everything under one roof in terms of services offered and I don’t know of any other facility that has that like Aspetar does.

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“My objective now is getting my knee strong and becoming fully fit to play as many games as I can next season.

“I want to play good consistent football and help the team challenge for the play-offs and then I hope to play for the Wales national team again, when I’m back to full fitness.”

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