Sports News of Wednesday, 21 April 2021
Supply: Ghana Guardian
Previous Kumasi Asante Kotoko head coach Maxwell Konadu has sent a information of guidance to beleaguered Medeama midfielder Justice Blay.
The Medeama midfielder sustained a year-ending harm in his team’s matchday 20 clash from Legon Cities at the Akoon Park in Tarkwa.
Legon Metropolitan areas defender, Joseph Adjei hurt the midfielder on the stroke of halftime in their clash at Tarkwa with a savage deal with.
The previous Kotoko midfielder was grievously wounded in what could be a job-threatening injury that will keep him out of action for at least 2-3 months this means the midfielder’s year has ended abruptly.
On the stroke of halftime on Sunday, the Legon Metropolitan areas defender went in really hard on a tackle from guiding catching the ideal ankle of the Medeama defender.
The referee in the beginning showed the Legon Cities defender a yellow card but just after consultations with his assistant referees, he transformed it to a purple card.
Blay whose ideal ankle was damaged from his foot was quickly assisted by the medics in advance of he was taken to medical center in an ambulance.
The player’s season is absolutely over immediately after that horrendous damage as he need to now bear rehabilitation and treatment method.
Maxwell Konadu who labored with Justice Blay all through their time at Asante Kotoko has taken to his Twitter cope with to throw his guidance guiding the hurt participant as he needs him a fast recovery.
Get nicely soon my chief Justice pic.twitter.com/emss6iTXis
— Maxwell Konadu (@Konadu4Maxwell) April 19, 2021