“A year is a long time,” said a clearly relieved Kevin Möhwald following Werder’s friendly against SC Austria Lustenau. The 27-year-old made his comeback exactly 365 days after he last took to the pitch for the Green-Whites in a Bundesliga match against TSG Hoffenheim. Soon after, the defensive midfielder had to undergo knee surgery, which marked the beginning of “a long, long wait” for Möhwald. ...
Pre-season may not have officially begun for SV Werder Bremen, but two Green-Whites are already working hard on the training pitch. Niclas Füllkrug and Kevin Möhwald are already preparing themselves for the restart after long injury lay-offs with extra sessions.
The first Werder player is back on the training ground at Osterdeich. Kevin Möhwald returned this week to complete some individual training sessions, before working with rehabilitation coach Jens Beulke on the pitch on Wednesday and Friday.
Kevin Möhwald has only played 73 minutes for SV Werder in the Bundesliga this season. The 26-year-old’s only appearance came on matchday two in Hoffenheim. The midfielder subsequently had to undergo a knee operation, which has left him out of action ever since. Möhwald is now getting closer to his return as he finishes the end of his rehabilitation programme in Donaustauf.
Kevin Möhwald underwent a successful knee operation on Monday. The midfielder was treated by Dr. Ulrich Boenisch after missing the game against Augsburg due to discomfort. The 26-year-old is likely to be unavailable for up to six months.