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Check the number of weeks Hearts of Oak will be losing their midfield dynamo Salifu Ibrahim

The Ghana Football Association and the entire Ghana Premier League will miss such a skillful player in the lineup for Accra Hearts of Oak.

The player has placed a lot good energy in his matches that he featured for the Phobians. It is the good way for the club to start approaching for a new option.

The talisman in the midfield who have been giving all the blistering passes to the strikers is now out for some weeks. The small toe of the striker has been the worry of the player as he got injured in the match against Karela United FC in Anyinase.

The youngster in the helm of affairs was taken of for the highly paid player at Hearts Gladson Awako to replace him but wasn’t good at all.

Salifu Ibrahim have left an indelible mark that no other player can easily take over. He has the most assist in the league but yet to register his name on the score sheet.

The real talent at Accra Hearts of Oak now is the youngster who has a better future the club should use as a yardstick to control the rest. If the player goes off then the team also get out of control with nobody linking the attackers.

He is the rightful players that need to be used and most appropriately, have a lot of decisive intuition to help the team.

The team have most of the players doing well in the league now but their effort have not been beneficial to the team at all. We only need the Continental club masters to get their player back to serve as a threat to the opponent.

Salifu Ibrahim will be out for 3 solid weeks without kicking a ball. This means the player will be taking 1 month out of service with such an injury.

The 3 week for treatment and a week for his recovery and light training. This is the player who was substituted because of injury and took all the linking passes to the bench.

It became the weakest link in the Hearts of Oak team against Karela.

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