Ghanaian centerman Alfred Duncan is attending separate training on the Italian side of Fiorentina as he is closer to the first-team action, Duncan joined the US-based Viola Sassuolo on a six-month loan with a € 15 million purchase commitment in the summer. The 26-year-old enforcer has been out of action since she defeated the Neroverdi in 53 minutes.
He joined his new teammates in the Artemio Franchi training session ahead of their latest Serie A game against Atalanta, but was guided separately by fitness coach Beppe Iachini.
Fiorentina coach Beppe Iachini announced on Friday that Ghana International could make a comeback on February 22.
Alfred Duncan netted 1 goal and tallied 5 assists in 13 league games for Sassuolo in the first half of the campaign.
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One of Ghana’s most glamorous football clubs played their hearts out last weekend, but couldn’t win the three points at stake. The match with porcupine warriors dominating proceedings and making several dangerous in roads in to their opponents’ goal area with singular determination to carry the day.
But all were to no avail. Unsurprisingly, their opponents also stood their grounds and displayed remarkable courage in front of Kotoko’s eighteen yards box.