Feyenoord File Claim With Danish FA Because Of Jon Dahl Tomasson Injury Woes

Feyenoord have filed a claim worth several million euros with the Danish FA because of the injury woes of Jon Dahl Tomasson.
Eredivisie outfit Feyenoord have filed a claim worth several million euros with the Danish Football Association (DBU) because of the injury problems of experienced attacker Jon Dahl Tomasson.

The highly rated forward sustained a tendon injury in Denmark's 3-1 loss against Japan at the 2010 World Cup and has since been sidelined due to the knock. Tomasson picked up the knock 10 minutes before the final whistle, but he was forced to stay on the pitch as Denmark had already made three substitutions.

Feyenoord now blame the DBU for not taking Tomasson off, thus worsening the injury in the final minutes of the game.

"I don't want to comment on the amount of our claim, but I can confirm that Feyenoord have filed a claim with the DBU to seek compensation for Tomasson's injury," a club spokesman was quoted as saying by De Telegraaf.

The 34-year-old Tomasson has yet to make his first appearance of the 2010-11 campaign and he could very well be forced to end his career because of the ongoing injury woes.

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