Gyimah, who extended his contract with Matsatsantsa until 2017, is part of the Ghana national team setup and will be hoping to make the 23-man squad to play in the Fifa World Cup
By Ernest Makhaya
SuperSport United coach Cavin Johnson has told Goal that midfielder Edwin Gyimah is still far from returning to action despite media reports in Ghana saying that the player has recovered.
Gyimah twisted his ankle during Matsatsantsa's 2-1 win over Orlando Pirates last month, and Johnson confirmed that the versatile player hasn't even started training with the team.
"Edwin is still some way off," Johnson told Goal. "He twisted his ankle badly and that should take him weeks before returning to the team," he said.
"He hasn't started training with the rest of the team, and we just have to continue without him for the next few weeks," he added.
The 22-year-old Gyimah will be hoping to recover as soon as possible if he is to make the Ghana squad for the 2014 Fifa World Cup in Brazil.