After spending hours under observation, Medeama goalkeeper Joseph Halm has been discharged from the hospital and joined his teammates in camp.
The former Tema Youth glovesman was rushed to the Tamale Teaching facility after he collapsed during a League game at Real Tamale United on Sunday.
The safest pair of hands for the Mauves and Yellows collided with RTU’s Isaac Neequaye in the 35th minute and had to be rushed to the hospital after paramedics failed to revive him.
But he regained consciousness and has since joined his teammates at Winneba where they are preparing for Sunday’s Premier League showdown against champions Kotoko.
“I am very grateful to the playing and management especially Mr. Albert Commey who was standing right by me when I came back to life,” Halm told medeasc.com
“I am healthy and fit and if I am selected on Sunday, I will be in post for the club.
“We must win against Kotoko if we want to win the League.”