AFCON 2019: Massive Boost for Ghana as Thomas Agyepong returns from injury Featured
16 Apr

AFCON 2019: Massive Boost for Ghana as Thomas Agyepong returns from injury

The Black Stars of Ghana have been handed a major boost as on-loan Manchester City winger has returned from the injury he sustained last year.

Ghana and Hibernian FC winger Thomas Agyepong has fully recovered from the hamstring injury he picked up in the Scottish Premier League.
The 22-year-old has already played for Hibernian FC in the SPFL Reserve League where he lasted for 45 minutes.
 “It felt good to get some game time again after four months without a game, so it was important to get on the pitch again.
“For me, it has been frustrating being out with an injury as I have been wanting to play and help the team out, but I have been unable to do that. Playing against Rangers in the Reserve League will hopefully help me to come back and play for the team again.
“My legs feel tired after that 45 minutes. It’s different training all the time compared to playing, so getting match sharpness back is very good for me and I hope it helps me to play again in the first team before the season is over.
“It has been really frustrating and hard for me. As a footballer all you want to do is to get out onto the pitch and play.
“I can’t thank the medical team at Hibs and my parent club Manchester City enough, they have both given me a lot of support to make sure that I was ready to get back out onto the field.
“I have worked hard and I will keep working hard to get back to full fitness and contribute again.
Before the injury, he scored one goal in his six game outings for Hibernian FC since joining them on loan from Manchester City.
Agyepong has capped five times for the senior national team of Ghana.
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