Asante Kotoko have announced that goalkeeper Emmanuel Osei Kwame has been discharged from Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital where he underwent successful surgery.
The ex-Inter Allies shot-stopper spent almost seven hours at the hospital to correct the cruciate ligament tear he suffered.
The recurring injury resurfaced shortly after joining the Porcupine Warriors from the Eleven is to One boys, limiting him to the bench on match days.
However, with the topflight suspended due to COVID-19, the club took the opportunity to fix the problem.
????Club update????— Asante Kotoko SC (@AsanteKotoko_SC) June 7, 2020
???? Following a successful operation at KATH on Wednesday, goalie Emmanuel Osei Kwame has now been discharged and will continue his rehabilitation under the care of Dr. Konadu Yeboah (pictured 1st from right) and our medical team. #AKSC #LetsFightCovid19 pic.twitter.com/5v0VQPpqQ9
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