All the latest information on injuries and suspensions in the Medeama first-team squad, with key updates from club’s physiotherapist Abdulai Osman.


Five Medeama first- team players are unlikely to feature in Sunday’s Premier League affair against Aduana Stars at home.

Wingers Ebenezer Ackahbi and Zakaria Mumuni, midfielders Kwasi Donsu and Kwadwo Asamoah as well as defender Vincent Atingah remain major doubts for the must-win game against the Fire Club at the Akoon Community Park.

Ebenezer Ackahbi

The youngster continues his rehabilitation after picking up a knock during the side’s opening home match against Real Tamale United. He’s started slight training and 95% into full recovery. He is a doubt against Aduana Stars but could be fully available against Great Olympics next week.

Kwasi Donsu

The captain was substituted after picking up a shin injury during the side’s 1-0 defeat at Berekum Chelsea in Dorma Ahenkro. He is expected to rested and focus on recovering from the set-back.

Zakaria Mumuni

The winger is out with a swollen knee and is almost certain to miss the match against Aduana Stars.

Godfred Kwadwo Asamoah

The midfielder could be out for up to two weeks with an ankle problem. He is expected to undergo further scan to determine the extent of the problem.

Vincent Atingah Addae

The towering centre-back continues to train with the group as he pushes to return to the team. However, he remains a doubt for the match against Aduana Stars on Sunday.


There are no current suspensions for Medeama’s first team.