Jurriën Timber went off injured during his Premier League debut against Nottingham Forest as the Gunners were dealt a blow, as of August 2023. The versatile defender was playing left back and had made a good impression when he fell down and got treatment for what seemed to be his right knee before being taken off. In 2014, Timber joined Ajax’s youth academy. He made 29 appearances for the Netherlands at youth international level.
Marilyn Timber Wikipedia
Marilyn Timber is the mother of Jurriën Timber. She is from Aruba. She is a married lady. She has two sons named, Jurriën Timber and Quinten Timber. They are twins. Both are born in the Netherlands. Quinten Timber, who is also a footballer, are of Aruban and Curaçaoan descent.
Marilyn Timber is married with from Curaçao accent man. Couple is the part of the ABC Islands in the Dutch Caribbean. Due to past situations, the family took on their maternal name Timber instead of taking the last name of their father Maduro. The twins also have three older brothers Shamier, Chris, and Dylan.
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Latest injury update on Jurriën Timber
After the game, the Arsenal manager gave an update on Jurriën Timber’s condition and claimed the club doctor had cleared him to play in the second half. That had caused some uncertainty since it was obvious that Timber was fully healthy and prepared to return to the field.
The physicians and physiotherapists took one look at him and decided to proceed. He moved right immediately in the second half, and it was amusing. We’ll have to evaluate him,” Arteta told the media.
Some Facts About Marilyn Timber
- Marilyn Timber’s son, Jurriën Timber started playing for Utrecht-based club DVSU at the age of four.
- In 2020, he made his senior debut for Ajax in a 3–1 win over SC Heerenveen.
- It was announced that Timber had joined Arsenal from Ajax on a long-term contract and would wear the number 12, on 14 July 2023.
- He was included in the final selection of the Netherlands team for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.