Kotoko midfielder Isaac Quansah has been declared fit after suffering an injury in the team’s MTN FA Cup match against Nea Salamina on Wednesday.
Quansah was substituted in the cause of the match after sustaining a setback in a game the Porcupine Warriors won 2-1 to advance to the next round of the competition.
The midfielder was handed a start by head Coach Steve Polack having spent time on the bench since the begining of the season.
The former Heart of Lions star was initially said could be out for some time due to the injury.
A report by team nurse Gabriel Ofori Adjei says the player is fit despite earlier consents.
“They are both okay and Saddick has even returned to the Black Stars ‘B’ camp” said Ofori Adjei.
“Andrew and I assessed them and found that they were good. They received some knocks. We only applied ice to the affected parts and that was all. They can take part in every activity. Their substitutions were more of a precautionary measure than anything else”.
Isaac Quansah who joined Kotoko as a free agent this season is yet to establish himself in Coach Steve Polack’s squad.
By Frank Darkwah