Ghana Black Stars and Real Zaragoza centre forward Raphael Dwamena has returned to training for the Spanish Segunda side after 7months out.
Raphael Dwamena was announced to have suffered a heart problem last October and was ruled out of action indefinitely as he sought to deal with his condition.
After seven months out and a heart surgery, he is now fit again to train with his club side. Real Zaragoza posted a message on their social media pages to that effect , expressing their joy at the return of their striker.
The official twitter account of the Spanish club tweeted;
🏃🏿♂️ Raphael Dwamena también se ha ejercitado esta mañana en la Ciudad Deportiva.
¡Puesta a punto del #RealZaragoza! 💪🏿 pic.twitter.com/iXYGiYmQhL
— Real Zaragoza (@RealZaragoza) May 16, 2020
Raphael Dwamena joined Real Zaragoza at the start of the 2019/2020 season, on loan from Spanish Primera Liga side Levante.
After finding first team football a hard thing to come by, the love to the second tier of Spanish Football was a calculated one that was supposed to give him much needed playing time and a chance to win back a spot in the Levante setup.
He started the season scoring 2 goals in 9 appearances before he was announced to be out indefinitely due to his heart condition.
With football being suspended for 8 weeks and more due to the COVID 19 pandemic, Dwamena has worked hard to regain fitness and fight his way back to training.