Ghanaian international and Tianjin Teda star, Frank Acheampong, was this evening granted permission to leave the Black Stars camp in Nairobi after he suffered an acute eye problem; a condition the Stars medical team has been treating since Acheampong joined camp last Tuesday in Addis Ababa.
According to team doctor Adomako, he was forced to allow the player to travel to Europe for emergency eye treatment after Acheampong complained of symptoms getting worse.
“I am aware he has an eye problem that was being managed but his condition did not improve and he had to fly to Europe to see his eye specialist.” Dr Adomako, Black Stars team doctor said.
Acheampong had been training regularly with his colleagues until the unfortunate medical disorder forced him to quit camp.
But for his condition, Frank Acheampong could have been part of coach Kwasi Appiah’s starting XI against Kenya.