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Remorseful Awako returns to Hearts training after over two-month absence

Star signing Gladson Awako has finally started training again with Hearts of Oak after over two months out of camp because of personal issues.

The Ghana Premier League champions said toward the end of September the Black Stars midfielder could not train with the team because of ‘personal difficulties’.

The former TP Mazembe man was brought in from Great Olympics to augment Samuel Boadu’s side in September but left camp just after a couple of weeks.

He missed Hearts of Oak’s games in the Caf Champions League preliminary round, during the group stage playoffs and their first four games in the Ghana Premier League.

Awako has now rejoined his teammates in training on Wednesday after earlier training with the junior side Auroras on Tuesday, November 23.

A remorseful Gladson Awako said:

“Hearts of Oak fans, management, and entire board should forgive me for whatever happened during this period so we can all move on.

“Whatever happened was something beyond me. Let’s begin a new chapter, make history and new achievements together.

“I will like to urge all Hearts of Oak fans to put everything behind them and support me to succeed in my coming back.”

His return is timely for Hearts of Oak as they are winless in their four league games.

The Phobians will also be hosting Algeria’s JS Saoura in the first leg of the 2021/22 Caf Confederation Cup playoffs at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday, November 28.

 

By Adamu Benin Abdul Karim 

 

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