Abia Warriors diminutive midfielder, Nzube Anaezemba, has staged a full come back to training after being sidelined for months owing to a hamstring injury which kept him off action al-through the rest of the first stanza.

The Utility play-maker who joined the Umuahia warlords at the beginning of the current Nigeria professional league campaign  was an influential and a super regular in the coach Imama Amapakabo side as the highly experienced utility player played a major role in the team before been sidelined by injury.

After a long lay off, the former Kano pillars play-maker has rejoined the rest of the team after being certified fit by the club team of experienced medics, a cheering news and a big booster for the team as the club intensifies preparations for the second round of the 2020/2021 Nigeria professional league season.

Ahead of the league second stanza, Anazemba return will be a big boost to the Coach Imama Amapakabo side, as the player wealth of experience and personality will be much needed in the team, his ability to pick pocket spaces and his eyes for goals will aid the team in pursuit of its season target as the second stanza of the league sets to commence.

Speaking with WWW.Abiawarriors.com.ng, Anaezemba rued the exciting fixtures he missed in the first round but remained grateful  the team eventually scaled through the hard times which befall ed the team at the beginning of the season.

“It was definitely a bitter experience, it was really a hard time for me, staying off the game was really heartbreaking. I am a kind of player who wants to be involved in all league matches, making positive impacts in my team but fate had another plan for me  but am grateful to have regained fitness and i cannot wait to get started when the second stanza resumes”

 

“The team is really in good shape and i am fully fit to contribute my quota to the success of the team as we gear up to begin the pursuit of our season target which i know God will grant us our heart desire”

 

“Am most grateful to the club medical team for all their professional advice which played a major role in my staging a return , the Coach, the management, and my teammates where there to show support and solidarity, it was really heartwarming.

 

“It is now my turn to show appreciation to the Coach and the club management for their support which will start in earnest when league action resumes. Anaezemba concluded.

Arguably one of the best attacking midfielders in the league, the Utility player lists Enyimba, Rivers United, Kano Pillars and Lobi stars as his former team.

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