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Medeama’s Boris Mandjui ruled out for at least 6 months with knee injury

Medeama SC goalkeeper, Boris Junior Mandjui is ruled out for the remainder of the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League (GPL) due to a knee injury.

The Ivorian import suffered ligament damage on his left knee during his side’s home defeat to Dreams FC in the last fixture of the first round of the GPL on February 13.

Boris has been marked to sit out of action for at least the next six months following a corrective surgery in Accra.

A publication on the Medeama website read in part:

“The goalie, who sustained an injury in the 3rd minute of the club’s last match of the first round of the GPL at Akoon Park against Dreams FC but had to endure till the end of the 90 minutes in a game Medeama was confirmed to have had a ligament tear by the club’s surgeon at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra.

“Boris has since been put on medication by the medical expert for the wound to heal and possibly recover in a minimum of 6 months baring any setbacks; ruling him out of the entire second round of the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League season of which Medeama are currently ranked 6th with 29 points.”

In his debut season, Boris has kept 10 clean sheets in 16 games, making him the goalkeeper with the second-highest after Bechem United’s Abdulai Idrissu.


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