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Mamane Lawali’s surgery has been greeted with so much enthusiasm and they continue to pray for his speedy recovery. Doctors at the Netcare Linksfield clinic-South Africa have assured the player and the team that the player will be up and running soon.
After a successful surgery the player thanked the doctors for what he called an opportunity to get back into what he is passionate about which is playing football.
Lawali was also expressed his profound gratitude to the Hearts Board chairman for taking the bold step to save his professional career. “I thank him for his wonderful support. He is a real father to the team. His words of motivation and inspiration to us all is excellent and we appreciate him for that. But for him my career would have ended abruptly. Once again I say a big thank you to him and the club. May the good Lord grant him good health and long life”.
Lawali has been off the pitch for close to a year after getting a knock from our game against Bechem Utd and unfortunately aggravated it during a training session days after.
It’s not been an easy moment for the midfielder during his absence from the pitch considering the fact that he was gradually getting his mark on the team and settling in.
He had to stay off the pitch with the hope of getting better in no time. The club thought it wise to fly him out of the country for the best medical care in order for him to get back into his chosen career which is football. He will be given time to recover from his surgery.
As part of his recovery process he will start his rehab programs as scheduled by the medical experts. Lawali is currently doing well at the hospital and is expected to return to Ghana by 20th Nov,2021 to continue with his recovery program.