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Wisla Krakow sends Bangura to cardiologist

March 4, 2015 By Sahr Morris Jr.

Sierra Leone striker, Mustapha ‘Haji’ Bangura was yesterday (Tuesday March 3) sent by Polish Premier League side, Wisla Krakow to visit a cardiologist for an extensive testing to determine whether the player will be able in the future to sign a contract with the club.

According to krakow.sport.pl, whilst the entire Krakow players trained at the Myślenice, the attacking midfielder was sent to a cardiologist for further examination.

Krakow Sport quoted the club’s assistant coach, Marcin Broniszewski, as saying: “From Tuesday training will be harder. The main part will be speed, endurance, and later we will be focusing on improving techniques.

“Meanwhile, Mustapha Bangura who will be staying with us for a week goes for further examination. This time he went to the cardiologist to do an extensive testing to determine whether he will be able in the future to sign a contract with the club.”

Last week, the club published on their website that they are offering the midfielder-cum-striker another opportunity to regain full fitness which could see him sign a contract with the club.

The 25-year-old Bangura was spotted at the John Paul II Balice International Airport in Poland last Wednesday morning on his way to join the Wisla Krakow squad to undergo physical training with them with an option to signing a deal.

Earlier the club turned down the prospect to sign the former Old Edwardians forward after completion of a week’s trials with them during their training camp in Turkey, on the grounds that the player’s physical ability was lacking.

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