Cape Town - Ajax Cape Town’s attacking midfielder, Keagan Dolly, has expressed his views on making his return to full fitness and playing his first official match since returning from surgery on his toe.
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Dolly picked up a knock on his toe which required surgery and kept him on the side-lines for several weeks.
The 22-year-old midfielder remained patient on his road to recovery and worked on his rehabilitation program thoroughly.
Dolly featured in a few of the club’s friendlies over the mid-season break and made his return to full fitness in time to face Polokwane City when the PSL season resumed on 11 February 2015.
“Personally I didn’t do as well as I thought I would against Polokwane” admitted Dolly on the clubs official website.
“I think I still need some game-time to get my fitness back. I was happy with my overall input; I think I helped the team where it was needed.
“I was very disappointed with the result we got, because I thought we would get three points.
“For me it feels like I need to work even harder in training now to get my fitness up,” said Dolly.
Keagan Dolly will next be in action in Ajax Cape Town’s 2015 Nedbank Cup Last 32 match against Mainstay United at the GWK Rugby Stadium in Kimberley this Sunday, February 22.