Nearly five months after a one car accident US soccer striker Charles Davies is looking forward to start training with his French club Sochaux in about one month.
“I’d say I’m probably a month away from being able to train with the team regularly, and then I need a little more time to be able to get match-fit again. So, you know, I’d say I’m not too far away from being able to play again.”
Davies' goal is to be able to play in this summers World Cup which looks to be a safe bet since it does not start until June.
To recap, his injuries consisted of two broken bones in his right leg, a dislocated left elbow, injuries to his forehead and eye socket, a broken nose, a fracture in his face, a ruptured bladder and bleeding on his brain. Plus Davies has two titanium rods inserted in his right leg and plates and screws in his left elbow as a result of his injuries.