Asante Kotoko goalkeeper Osei Kwame has expressed gratitude to Asante Kotoko after successfully undergoing a surgery to correct a ligament tear.
The former Inter Allies shot stopper spent almost seven hours at the Komfo Anokye Teaching hospital to repair an anterior cruciate ligament tear.
His surgery was funded by Insurance partners Hollard and the club.
“I thank Hollard Insurance Company Limited so much for coming to my aid to sponsor the surgery,” Osei Kwame told Kotoko Express App.
“They have saved my career and I cannot thank them enough.
“Injuries are part of football, so for as long as we continue to be in this sport, players will always be prone to it.
“My plea is that the supporters keep on doing business with Hollard Insurance so they can continue to flourish to be able to assist when injuries like this occur.”
He continued:“I thank the Management and the club. Players are mostly left on their own when they sustain an injury like mine. But the club stood by me through it all, and ensured that I get back to my feet.”
“I feel a new sense of happiness especially now that I am assured of full fitness. And I promise to come back stronger to fight for a place in the team.”