Mislav Oršić’s time at Trabzonspor has not gone as planned. After getting injured during one of his first training sessions, he missed out on making his debut for the team. However, he is now back on the field after almost four months of recovery from a knee injury. This is good news for his fans and supporters who have been rooting for him to get back in action.
Oršić’s injury was not the only setback that he faced at Trabzonspor. His Croatian national team teammate Nenad Bjelica, who had brought him to the club, was no longer a regular starter and was relegated to the bench. This change in management could impact Oršić’s opportunity to play.
Other players like Filip Benković and Tonio Teklić also faced challenges after Bjelica left. Benković, who was previously a first-team player, was now cemented on the bench, while Teklić only moved between the bench and the stands.
The uncertain status of Oršić and other Croatian players in Trabzonspor is further complicated by the fact that the club has been performing better since Bjelica left. In the last four games, they have registered three victories and a draw, raising questions about what plans Abdullah Avci has for Oršić.
Overall, it seems that coming to a particular club because of a coach can have its drawbacks. Players need to be prepared for any changes in management or playing opportunities that may arise.