Arwuah anxious to be back

2014-10-30 14:47
John Arwuah (Supplied)
John Arwuah (Supplied)
Cape Town - AmaZulu midfielder John Arwuah, who has been sidelined with an ankle injury, said he was bitterly disappointed by what transpired during the goalless draw against Free State Stars last week.

"It’s always disappointing when you get injured as a footballer, especially when the team is not doing well, but it’s part of the game," Arwuah told the club’s website this week.

However, the midfielder has been forced to accept that there is very little he can do about the current circumstances, suggesting that it would actually be in the best interests of the team for him to focus on recovering, and nothing else.

"Right now I have to concentrate on my recovery and continue to support my teammates. I believe we have other strong players who will do the job for the team because we need the results," he added.

There is no disputing that the injury has come at a most inopportune time for the Usuthu player, as his team is at the bottom of the Premiership standings. Arwuah is also frustrated by the fact that he is unsure of just how long he can expect to be sidelined from the game, especially as he is anxious to help the team re-ignite their league campaign.

"I’m still not sure how long I will be out because so far I have received different opinions but definitely I will be out for at least four weeks and then go for more tests," said the AmaZulu midfielder.

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