Ebusua Dwarfs’ trusted left back, Dennis Nkrumah-Korsah, will be out of action for six weeks after undergoing a successful surgery on his right arm at the Regional Hospital in Cape Coast, following an injury he sustained during a Premier League match against Techiman City in Techiman last Sunday.
According to the CEO of Dwarfs who disclosed this to the Graphic Sports last Tuesday, the talented left-footed player fractured his right arm after landing awkwardly after an aerial challenge with Techiman City’s Stephen Manu, aka B.A.
Nkrumah-Korsah, a Level 300 student of the University of Cape Coast, was operated upon last Monday.
Nana Aidoo described the young defender as a typical example of the budding talents scattered in the various universities across the country.
Dwarfs shattered Techiman City’s unbeaten home record with a 1-0 away victory, courtesy Alhaji Mustapha’s late strike.
Ninth-placed Dwarfs play host to league leaders, Wa All Stars, at the Robert Mensah Stadium in Cape Coast on Saturday.