Ghana international, Raphael Dwamena is today doing very well following his collapse in midweek.
The forward on Wednesday was readying to play for his BW Linz outfit in a game against Hartberg when the unfortunate thing happened.
Before the entire stadium went silent, Raphael Dwamena had collapsed and caused a lot of scares not only for his team but Ghanaians back at home as well.
Fortunately, the attacker in an update on Thursday confirmed that he is stable and responding well to treatment.
“The doctors were able to stabilize him quickly, the rescue chain worked perfectly. It didn’t take a second for the paramedics to be on their way to him,” BW Linz managing director Stefan Reiter has disclosed.
This comes as a piece of good news for his club and has given Ghanaians a sigh of relief.
Many after the latest incident are now calling on Raphael Dwamena to consider quitting football to avoid the worst.
He is now 26-years-old and was hoping to carry on with his playing career. Unfortunately, his recurring heart problem is one that he must take seriously, this is according to the comments of some Ghanaians after the collapse.