Hearts receive quintet injury boost ahead of Aduana clash
Hearts of Oak have been handed a massive injury boost by the return to full training of five key players ahead of Saturday’s First Capital Plus Premier League game with Aduana Stars at Dormaa.
The quintet – Nuru Sulley, Ezekiel Tetteh, Gerald Odupong, Romeo Agban, and Thomas Abbey – returned to full training for the first time in the New year.
Sulley made his first training appearance since returning from the just ended CHAN tournament.
The burly striker, Tetteh, took part in all the physical exercises but was excused from kicking the ball while Odupong trained alone.
Abbey, who scored the first goal under the reign of Mohammed Polo in the win over Ebusua Dwarfs, made a first return to full training since his goal-scoring cameo in match-day 13.
The hardworking winger picked up a knock on his knee that has seen him miss four games for Hearts.
Agban showed up for the first time in the New Year after rendering an apology to the Hearts Management, Board, Technical team and all followers of the Club for absenting himself from training without permission.