Accra Hearts of Oak’s star studded midfield will be boosted by the return of Abdul Aziz Nurudeen if he is declared fully fit.
Nurudeen, 22 , has been in the treatment room for over two months due to a bad injury.
Drafted into the Phobian fold from lower tier side, Vision FC, the dreadlocked midfielder started light work with the club’s technical after getting the green light from medical staff.
He underwent a special training away from his colleagues and he could not his hide joy after returning to the field.
“Alhamdullillah, I feel very great, very very happy to have started training.
“I’ve been home for so long and seeing myself back on the pitch, Alhamdullillah I’m graced.
“I feel very happy,” Aziz Nurudeen told Adamu Muftawu in an exclusive interview.
“I will say that this injury has disturbed me a lot but also it’s a blessing in disguise.
“I got a call to the National side and I missed that call due to this injury.
“But me being a Muslim, I know whatever happens in life, Allah knows best.
“And Allah is the best of all answers.
“Even though it has worried me, I’m not worried so much.
“Better days ahead and better more to come.” Aziz Nurudeen added
Hearts of Oak are dealing with a number of injuries in the 2020/21 Ghana premier league season.
Frederick Ansah Botchway is currently recovering from a groin injury.
Emmanuel Nettey and William Dankyi who missed the game against Karela United due to injury, are back and trained with their teammates yesterday.
The Phobians travel to Dawu against Dreams FC on match-day 22.
They have 34 points seated 3rd from 21 matches.