Ghana’s football governing body the GFA’s Vice President, Mark Addo has paid a visit to injured Black Stars midfielder Daniel-Kofi Kyereh in Germany.
Daniel-Kofi Kyereh earlier in the year sustained a season-ending injury at training; the player underwent successful surgery to correct the anterior cruciate ligament rupture in February.
On Friday 10 February, SC Freiburg said in a statement that Kofi Kyereh tore his cruciate ligament in training and will be out for the rest of the season.
The statement further stated that in Thursday’s training, Kofi Kyereh twisted his knee in a duel. An examination at the Freiburg University Hospital resulted in the diagnosis of a cruciate ligament rupture. An operation is to follow in the next few days. The attacking player will no longer be available this season.
After the surgery in February, Daniel-Kofi Kyereh began rehabilitation.
The visit by GFA Vice President Mark Addo is to assure the player that he has the full support of the association in this difficult period.