Injured AshantiGold midfielder Appiah McCarthy is set for mid-January return, the club has announced.
The 23-year-old has been out of action with a ‘mild’ knee injury since returning from participating in the 2019 Wafu Cup with the home-based Black Stars.
A club statement Monday reads:
“Sensational AshantiGold midfielder Appiah McCarthy is set to return to full-scale training by 15th January, 2020.
The “reliable distributor” who has been sidelined since his return from the 2019 Wafu Cup was given a six-week precautionary treatment plan at the beginning of the month of December (2019), and is set to recover from a mild knee injury sustained in the course of the Normalization Committee Special Competition, after commencing gym work last week.”
Appiah McCarthy, who have had a relatively smooth recovery process is expected to commence full-scale training by the 15th of January, days after the Miners clash with Legon Cities in Accra.
Per the initial medical review, the midfielder will be available for selection in the Miners’ fifth-week fixture against Berekum Chelsea at the Len Clay stadium.”