Raphael Dwamena has showed appreciation to Danish top-flight Vejle BK in spite of having his loan spell put to end after just TWO months because of a heart problem.
The Superligaen side declared on Monday that it had parted ways with the Levante-owned player because of his recent situation.
Last year, the Ghana international was diagnosed with a similar heart situation while on loan at Real Zaragoza which efficaciously ruled him out of the 2019/20 season.
He underwent surgical operation in January and had an Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (ICD) fixed.
The 25-year-old was discharged and went to the pitch in August where he moved to Vejle BK however after months, he has to be stopped again.
”I am truly grateful for the opportunity that Vejle Boldklub gave me to play football again. Now I have been taken off the field and am under medical supervision,” Dwamena said to the club’s website.
”Despite not being able to be on the pitch, I still want to help the club achieve its goals.
”Therefore, I would also like to say to both my teammates, the staff and the fans that I am proud to be part of the Vejle Boldklub family.”