Soccer News of Wednesday, 12 October 2016
Injured Ghanaian defender Nuru Sulley has returned to training with his Turkish top-tier side after months out with injury.
Sulley was 26 league game in the Turkish division last season to help them gain promotion to the Super Liga.
The Ghanaian however had the worst possible start to the season after picking up a career threatening injury after the game of the season against Besiktas.
“Everything here is going on well but I had an injury on my right ankle in our first game against Besiktas,” Sulley is quoted sportsworldghana.com
“I am currently on my road to recovery but Alhamdulillahi, I am almost fit to join the team now.”
“I started physical training with the physical trainer last week and that’s what I did all week long”.
Nuru Suley also expressed optimism that he will be back on the pitch after the international break.
“I can’t say when I will be back playing until I catch the attention of the coaches because I have been left out for a full month and a half due to the injury.
“But I am walking hard to come back in full force and to take my position after the international break”, Nuru Suley concluded.
Alanyaspor are currently lying 11th on the Turkish Super Lig standings after registering just two wins and a draw in the opening six games of the season.