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Ghanaian striker Braydon Manu’s return to SV Darmstadt 98 delayed due to lingering ankle injury

SV Darmstadt 98’s eagerly anticipated reunion with Ghanaian striker Braydon Manu will have to wait a bit longer as his return to full-team training is postponed.

Initially slated to commence training this week, Manu’s comeback has been delayed by a few days due to a lingering ankle injury.

Despite being sidelined for the past three months, Manu’s recovery has progressed significantly, offering hope for his imminent return to the pitch.

“That will hopefully be postponed until next week,” explained coach Torsten Lieberknecht before the game against VfB Stuttgart.

Manu displayed his resilience as he stepped back onto the pitch for individual training last week Thursday.

As detailed by the Lilienblog, his dedication to his recovery journey has not only reignited hope among fans but has also underscored the efficacy of conventional therapeutic methods.

The uncertainty surrounding the need for surgery had cast a shadow over Manu’s return, making this comeback all the more inspiring. His swift progress in individual training hints at the effectiveness of the therapies employed, challenging the initial doubts surrounding the conventional approach.

Manu has made two appearances in the league this season.

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