By Akyereko Frimpong Manson
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Massively talented Ghanaian youngster Shadrach Eghan has returned to training after spending some weeks on the sidelines due to a shoulder problem.
Eghan, 20, has been one of the most impressive young foreign imports into the Dutch Eredivisie after exploding last season and was on course to further shine this season but his season has been worried by injuries.
The Akosombo-born is limited to 4 league appearances out of a possible 17 games, scoring once in the process.
Eghan, last from left, has rejoined the FC Twente squad
Eghan has already joined the rest of the Twente squad for training and he optimistic about improving on his game and getting more game time.
The young attacking midfielder says he is happy to be back to training: “I had a little problem with my shoulder. It was a disabled but now it is stabled due to the surgery so I’m very glad.”
Before I didn’t play much games but all of a sudden I had to play a lot of games and the intensity was really high for me. I think it was too high, too fast up so I had to take time and relax little bit.”
Ghanaian youngster Shadrach Eghan has returned to training
In a video put together by FC Twente, the youngster talks about his early life in the Netherlands, discusses his team-mates as well as the Dutch culture.
Watch Interview and life style of Ghanaian youngster Shadrach Eghan below.
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