Hearts of Oak trio of Mamane Lawali, Emmanuel Nettey and Nurudeen Abdul Aziz have returned to training after injury layoffs.
Mamane Lawali and Emmanuel Nettey have been absent in Hearts of Oak last two games in the Ghana Premier League due to various degrees of injuries whilst Nurudeen Abdul Aziz missed the team’s last weekend game due to a minor injury.
But three players returned to full time training as Hearts of Oak prepare for Premier League game against Techiman Eleven Wonders.
Mamane Lawali joined his teammates in today’s training session after few weeks of absence due to a minor injury. This was after the team’s medical doctors have declared him fit.
Nurudeen Abdul Aziz has also recovered from an injury he sustained at training last week.
Emmanuel Nettey also resume light training as he is on the road to full recovery after sustaining a major injury that ruled him out for weeks.
He joined the team at training this afternoon with the medical team of the club strictly observing his recovery to brief the technical team on when he will be fully fit for the league matches.
Hearts of Oak after a 1:1 stalemate with Elmina Sharks at the Ndoum Sports Complex last weekend will host in-form Eleven Wonders at the Accra Sports Stadium this weekend in week nine of the ongoing Ghana Premier League.