Raphael Dwamena makes a return to the pitch after long layoff
Life has its ups and downs, football like many other sporting disciplines teaches us valuable lessons.
After a lengthy battle with health problems, one player with so much potential underneath his belt is Ghanaian international, Raphael Dwamena, who finally makes a come back to the training pitch after almost a year of absence due to his ills.
The Ghanaian international was diagnosed with heart-related diseases in 2019, which ruled him out of the game for the time being.
He successfully underwent heart surgery and was sidelined for a month away from football activities.
However, on Saturday the 24-year-old together with his teammates at Real Zaragoza held their first of many training sessions in wait for the Spanish La Liga, which has currently been suspended as a result of the deadly coronavirus, which has decimated lots of lives around the entire world and rendered economies to their knees.
Dwamena scored two goals in 9 matches for Real Zaragoza in the La Liga 2 before his health issues took centre stage late October.
Dwamena’s return will bring beams of smiles to his club Real Zaragoza, family, friends, suitors, and the Ghanaian populace.
He has capped nine times for the senior national team of Ghana.