Friday, 2 June 2017

Rangers Int’l FC Goalkeeper, Nana suffers injury relapse

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Rangers International FC of Enugu goalkeeper, Bonsu Nana, has suffered a relapse of the injury picked in a match against Lobi Stars of Makurdi in the first stanza of the league.

The goalkeepers’ hope of coming back to competitive football in the next three weeks was dashed as he was placed on rest by the club on Friday due to the relapse.

Nana had been training with the rest of the goalkeepers before the unfortunate relapse which made him miss training on Friday morning.

Speaking to newsmen in Enugu, Nana expressed disappointment over the delay saying that he never dreamt of it. “The injury I sustained against Lobi Stars of Makurdi has gone but just that I am still behind in fitness.

“I remember how long the injury took to heal which forced me to travel home coming to the end of the NPFL first stanza.

“It is unfortunate that injury struck again on my right knee which now placed me on a treatment table for the moment and I believe that all these things will soon be over,’’ he said.

Nana said that he came back from Ghana in the beginning of the second stanza of the league fully fit hoping to take back his position in the club soon.

“My brother, all I know is that this injury will soon go and I will play a part in my clubs’ quest for the continental ticket which will brighten my chance for national call up.

Rangers goalkeeper trainer, Suleman Shuibu, had earlier in the week, said that Nana was free from injury but had three to four weeks to be 100 per cent fit for competitive football.

(The Nation)

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