Glorious Accra hearts of oak will have to play their matches without some of their key players.
Their influential midfielder Emmanuel Nettey suffered a knee injury while Hearts played as guest to Inter Allies. A talk to the medical department of the club reveals it will take him 6 weeks to heal totally.
Emmanuel Nettey have started his physiotherapy with the medical team and is looking forward to returning back to the starting 11.
Nurudeen Suley, a central defender of Accraheartsofoak is also out as he suffered a muscle pull when the team lost to Inter Allies. He is also expected to go out for 3 weeks.
Nurudeen an attacker midfielder is also out with malaria and currently under medication. He is yet to play a game this season as he couldn't travel with the team after he tested positive for corona virus. He is also being taken cared of by the medical department.
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