Sports News of Wednesday, 28 November 2018
Turkish giants, Fenerbahce would miss the services of deputy Ghana skipper, Andre Ayew, for two weeks after successfully undergoing surgery.
The 30-year-old was operated on Tuesday night at the Liv Hospital in Istanbul to repair a broken finger after he got injured while playing in their league game against Trabzonspor.
Report indicates that Dr. Erden Erturer and his team of medical experts performed fracture fixation operation on the right hand of Ayew’s fourth finger.
He has started the recovery process and would likely join his teammates after two weeks having displayed an act of bravery playing through pain in their 2-1 win against Trabzonspor last Sunday.
The deputy Black Stars skipper received tons of commendation from the Turkish media for his selfless act of staying on the pitch and playing although he was injured.
Ayew go injured during the first half of that game and the medical team of the club which was led by Dr Burak immediately intervened and ruled him out not to play any further part in that game.
However, the excruciating pain from that serious injury did not stop Ayew from not playing the game as he defied the medical team’s orders not to continue.