Everton coach gave the date for his return

A cause for joy in the midst of sporting chaos has arrived for Everton from England, of which Yerry Mina is a part. This is the estimated date of return for the Colombian defender in his team, which is going through a negative streak this season and as a result of the poor results there is a point to enter the direct relegation zone in the Premier League .

Frank Larmpard, a historic former English soccer player and now a strategist in this football, has had the responsibility of straightening the path for this traditional English championship team, however, the misfortune with the injuries of several players in the squad have complicated the possibility of have a competitive payroll that allows the cadre ‘cold’ have a satisfactory recovery of points.

Among those bastions that have not been able to have the expected minutes is the central defender of the Colombian National Team, Yerry Mina. Despite starting with a high level that made him one of the best central defenders in the Premier League, Injuries have become a karma for the defender who has not played a duel since February 8 after leaving for Everton’s game against Newcastle.

Mina has only played 10 Premier League games this season, for a total of 649 minutes on the pitch. The last commitment for Guachené, Cauca, was the match in which he only played 35 minutes due to a recurrence of the muscle injury that has kept him sidelined until now.

Although during this week the news was not encouraging, according to the statements of the English coach in which he referred to the Colombian as follows: “He’s not ready to play yet, he’s not in shape yet.” During this Friday, in the preview of a new day, he has given an almost exact date of when the Colombian could be seen again playing a game for the English tournament: “We hope that Yerry Mina is fit for the game against Leicester”, assured Frank Lampard ahead of the championship auction.

This will be your calendar

Everton vs Manchester United – April 9

Everton vs. Crystal Palace – Undefined

Liverpool v Everton – April 24

Everton v Chelsea – May 1

Leicester City vs Everton – May 7

Brentford v Everton – May 15

Arsenal vs. Everton – May 22

For now, the Colombian team, without his presence, will have to focus their forces on opening the Saturday day of the Premier League this April 9 when they receive Manchester United at Goodison Park, a rival with whom they have an unfavorable recent history in the five clashes in which he has not been able to add victories and accumulates two draws, in addition to three defeats.

Premier League Schedule (Date 32)

Friday, 8

Newcastle 1-0 Wolves

Saturday 9

Everton-Manchester United

Arsenal-Brighton

Southampton-Chelsea

Watford-Leeds

Aston Villa v Tottenham

Sunday 10

Brentford-West Ham

Leicester – Crystal Palace

Norwich–Burnley

Manchester City-Liverpool

Premier League standings

1. Manchester City – 73 points

2. Liverpool – 72 points

3. Chelsea – 59 points

4. Tottenham – 54 points

5. Arsenal – 54 points

6. West Ham – 51 points

7. Manchester United – 51 points

8. Wolverhampton – 49 points

9. Crystal Palace – 37 points

10.Leicester – 37 points

17. Everton – 25 points

18. Burnley – 24 points

19. Watford – 22 points

20. Norwich City – 18 points

*The bottom three are relegated to England’s second tier.