Everton’s Yerry Mina to miss premier league restart due to muscle Injury

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Everton will be without their defender big man Yerry Mina when the Premier  League Opens back up on June 17, following the Coronavirus shutdown. The team announced today that, Yerry Mina, 25, who was born on September 23, 1994, will be sidelined for several weeks due to muscle injury. 

It appears that Mina was injured during training while the team was getting ready for a restart of the season while trying to wrap up the 2019 – 2020 coronavirus tainted season.

Everton will face Liverpool at Goodison Park on June 20, 2020. This match may become a memorable one because Liverpool could win the Premier League on that day. If Liverpool wins the 2020 premier league trophy at Everton, it will be their first league title in 30 years.

The match is currently scheduled to take place at Everton’s home stadium but Mark Roberts, the UK’s police chief thinks the match is a high-risk match due to coronavirus and because that means a lot of fans may gather at the football park. As a result, Roberts is asking that the match be moved to a neutral ground.

Yerry Mina is Everton’s most valuable defender in their current roster. If he misses the match, Liverpool may find it easy to win the league on June 20, 2020.

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A video of Everton’s Yerri Mina working out at home. It looks like he is been putting on weight.

As you can see, Yerri Mina has a big posture and he could easily put on weight, however, he’s been trying his best to keep up with his workout.