Every single footballer globally who is making a return from a long injury lay off will treat the news as a welcoming one. However, staying fit and breaking into the starting line up of the coach who is in charge of the club is the main task. Injury brings a lot of set backs for a player especially when he is a key player for the particular club. He plans and targets are taken steps backwards since he cannot play for sometime. The issue of injury and returning to play once more is the task Hearts of Oak midfielder, Abdul Aziz Nurudeen is at the particular moment grappled with after making an return from a lengthy lay-off from the field of play.
The 23-year-old got injured after picking a muscle problem in Hearts of Oak’s 1-1 draw against Legon Cities FC last season. The muscle injury ensured the hardworking midfielder was sidelined for eight months without activities. The Ghana U-23 midfielder has however got to the football field and started kicking and running with his team mates after medical doctors cleared and declared him fit last week to start full scale training with nso team mates.
With an array of payers in Hearts of Oak’s midfield, it has become increasingly difficult for the youngster to easily break into Samuel Boadu’s starting line up as the players available are doing a great work for the club at the moment. The Madina born midfielder, Aziz Nurudeen is extremely confident that with hard work and consistency, he will soon return to playing regularly for the club he signed for in 2020 from Vision FC.
“Of Course yes I can [break into the starting line up]. I was playing regularly before I got injured. “So Insha Allah the hardwork and extra trainings that I have been doing wouldn’t stop. “I will still put up some more and do whatever the coach desires and listen to his instructions and the pattern of play he wants us to play to impress our current coach. “So that would break through into the team once again.” Aziz Nurudeen told Adamu Muftawu.
Aziz Nurudeen despite the challenges has set a target for himself which he wants to achieve with the Phobians. The young midfielder has set a target of winning the Ghana Premier League and then proceed to claim a CAF Champions League trophy with the millennium champions. “My target and ambition is about winning the Ghana Premier league with Accra Hearts Of Oak. “Again as well as the FA Cup and also try to excel and go far in the CAF Champions league.” Aziz Nurudeen told Adamu Muftawu.
Abdul Aziz Nurudeen joined Hearts of Oak from second tier side, Vision FC in 2020 alongside former Liberty Professionals midfielder, Frederick Ansah Botchway and Daniel Afriyie Barnieh from Madina Republicans on transfer deadline day. The devout Muslim was not registered for the CAF Champions League due to the long term injury but is still in the plans of head coach, Samuel Boadu for next season’s domestic football.
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