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In the first episode of the FCK TV documentary series we tell you the story about what actually happened that fatal day in August 2017 when Erik Johansson damaged the cruciate ligament in his right knee.
Join Johansson as he goes through surgery, under and after Erik Johansson got his new cruciate ligament. The doctor also gives a detailed description of how it was done. This episode contains scenes that some might find uncomfortable to watch.
We follow Erik Johansson on his first visit to the training ground after his operation. We also join him for his first visit to Telia Parken, where he meets his teammates in the dressing room before they go out to play the vital Champions League-qualification game against Qarabağ.
It requires a lot of hard work to recover after a serious cruciate ligament injury. For Erik Johansson it meant months of lonely rehabilitation in the autumn of 2017. See how the physical part was done and how it affected him mentally.
In December, Erik Johansson was on a special and very important stay for two weeks in Los Angeles to train and build up strength and power. We join him in California during hours and hours of hard work, and when he had time to catch up with good friends in the city.
The countdown for Erik Johansson’s comeback really began after the New Year, follow him on F.C. Copenhagen’s training camp to Dubai and back in Copenhagen when he had his first training session with the team - and finally got to play his first minutes for the Reserve team.
Erik Johansson damaged his knee in August 2017 in a game against AC Horsens, and in April 2018 he was ready for his comeback in the Danish Superleague. Strangely, it was also against AC Horsens. But before the game, he had to pass an important muscle test in London.