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Kamaldeen Sulemana shares frustration off field (injured) and other underlining factors

Sat, 23 Apr 2022 Source: Joseph Walter

Away from the field due to a persistent back injury, Kamaldeen Sulemana takes his troubles patiently while continuing to do everything in his power to return to top form. An absence that the Ghanaian striker is experiencing for the first time. Maintenance.

The former right to dream whizkid has has shared his frustration on what he describes to be ups and downs at this period of his career. His unavailability for matches coupled with not doing what he likes doing best makes him , looking at how well he started the season in the French league 1 . Grabbing the Ubereats player of the month and poaching 5 goals and 2 assists climaxing the start of a beautiful season of his career in France .

Kamaldeen Sulemana in an interview with his Stade Rannais club gave precise of how life outside football has been and other underlying factors.

He said:“I had no worries when I was in Denmark. This injury is longer than expected. It's a bit of a roller coaster. At the start of the injury, after two weeks, I felt good. I thought I could be back soon. You resume the race, you return to the field and there you feel pain. Then you work hard again, you do whatever it takes to come back and the pains come back again. When you have high hopes and it's still not the time to come back, it's hard to accept. I would have preferred someone to tell me, you have three or four months, it's better for the mind. But with this injury, it's impossible to be able to say that kind of thing. There, every two weeks, the return is postponed”

He attributes his injury to that of a roller coster . The budding winger despite out play due to injury has his eyes on the black stars Afcon qualification in June. Expresses deep joy on the teams qualification to the World Cup .

Source: Joseph Walter