- Ganago has resumed collective training for the first time since he picked up a muscle problem on September18
- The Cameroon international is in contention for minutes against Reims this Sunday
- Ganago has made four appearances for the Canaries this campaign but still chasing his first goal
Cameroonian forward Ignatius Ganago Kpene has resumed collective training at FC Nantes after just over a month on the treatment table.
Ganago had been out due to a thigh problem picked up in a French Ligue 1 game against Clermont Foot mid September.
The 24-year-old Cameroon international was spotted in training with the rest of his club colleagues on Thursday, November 2 as he continues push for a chance to participate in competitive football again.
He was expected to spend three weeks on the treatment table but it ended up taking longer than that due to the club’s medical team’s decision to prolong the recovery time.
Canaris coach Pierre Aristouy will be glad to have the forward return to competition as FC Nantes hopes to improve on their strong start to the 2023/24 season.
Seventh-placed Nantes host Stade Reims this weekend at the Stade de la Beaujois and their fans will be hoping Ganago gets a chance to improve on the four appearances he has made this season.
Ganago will also be hoping to get game time like his compatriot Jean Charles Castelletto and open his account for the season as soon as possible.
His timely is also welcomed by the national team staff as it leaves his chances of being on the plane to Côte D’Ivoire for next year’s Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) wide open.
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