Edmund Addo’s manager gives positive update following injury against Angola

Ghanaian midfielder Edmund Addo is doing well after suffering a minor injury during the AFCON qualifiers match against Angola on Monday.

Addo, who plies his trade for Spartak Subotica in Serbia picked up an injury whiles in action for the Black Stars during the international break.

The 22-year-old twisted his ankle when Ghana played Angola at the Estadio Novembre 11 Stadium in Luanda last Monday. He was replaced by Anderlecht star Majeed Ashimeru in the 72nd minute mark.

Giving update, Addo’s manager Pako Sintim stated the injury is not serious as purported to be and could be available for his club this weekend after assessment.

“Edmund twisted his ankle during the game against Angola but he is okay. It’s not a serious injury. His club will evaluate him and decide if he can play this weekend. He feels okay.” He told Ghanasoccernet.

The midfielder was impressive in both games against Angola, earning rave reviews from fans. He seems to have cemented his place in the Black Stars under new coach Chris Hughton after missing out on the squad for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

Addo joined Spartak Subotica in January of this year and has already been involved in eight domestic league matches. His form has made him a fan favourite and a key player for the Serbian club.

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