Tahith Chong, a Manchester United midfielder, had been on loan at Birmingham this season, although his time there was cut short by an injury.
It has been ‘difficult’ for Tahith Chong, on loan from Manchester United, to deal with a groin issue that has plagued him for the past few months, according to him.
Chong joined St. Andrew’s on a season-long loan from Birmingham City in the summer, and the forward has made an immediate impact. Chong made 13 games for the club and made a strong impact, but he suffered a groin injury in training at the end of October that ended his season.
The 22-year-old has returned to United to continue his rehabilitation after undergoing surgery to treat his ailment. In the meantime, Chong has made a full recovery and, having returned to Birmingham, scored on his first senior outing in months at the weekend, completing his comeback.
As a result of his effort, Chong was voted Man of the Match after scoring inside two minutes to lift his team to a 2-1 victory over Bristol City on Sunday. On his return to Manchester United, Chong reminisced on that performance and discussed his ‘difficult’ recuperation.
Lyle Taylor and Juninho Bacuna (Juninho Bacuna) and I talked before the game about how long it had been since I last played. The stadium was packed when I came out, I had that buzz, and it was a pleasant feeling,” Chong remarked.
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“It’s really fantastic. When you’re wounded, it’s difficult; I was still following all of the games because you want to support them while still wanting to be on the field.
“It was difficult mentally, but I was overjoyed – even when I came out, the stadium was packed, which was something I had not seen in a few of months, so it was thrilling.”
The changing room is now almost completely different each time; there are new players, some of whom I knew already and others who I didn’t – and we are all getting used to each other.” We have several talented players on our roster, and we aim to continue to develop.”.
After being loaned out to Birmingham in January, Teden Mengi of Manchester United has also been loaned out to the Midlands club.