Ghana’s striker Raphael Dwamena has been finally declared fit by Swiss-German doctor after several weeks of intensive medical test. Dwamena received his final medical report from the hospital on Friday (September 15) morning which permits him to return to the field after weeks of sitting on the sidelines.
The FC Zurich goal poacher’s health status was up for questioning after his move to newly promoted English Premier League side Brighton and Hove Albion fall through due to a failed medicals.
The 21-year old revealed exclusively to STAK SOTTIE on Friday morning that he has been declared fit to continue playing for the Swiss league leaders FC Zurich.
“Glory to God I just stepped out from the Hospital, Everything went well and I will start playing God willing on Monday. The Doctor said one thing that ‘I have seen the description of band which shows your Belief in God’, I’m also a believer and as a doctor, there is NOTHING I can do to save life, at the end , God decides” He said
He also revealed that, he is supposed to rest for 48 hours without doing anything which will help him regain much energy ahead of the game on Monday.
“Am supposed to rest for two days without doing nothing. The heat chip reading chip has been implanted around my chest, I will play with it for some weeks and they will take it out. God is good and He holds our future’- Raphael explained
“I believe God is not done with me yet in Switzerland and can’t wait to be on a great stage again to represent HIM”He added
The former Red Bull Salzburg player has scored twice already and made an assist for FC Zurich in the Swiss super league after appearing four times this season.