KRC Genk manager Peter Maes says he expects Ghana midfielder Bernard Kumordzi to make a massive comeback for the club in 2016.
Kumordzi, 30, was sidelined for the whole of last year after suffering a broken leg in the 2013/14 league season.
Peter Maes introduced Bennard Kumordzi in the derby against STVV to make his comeback , but insists they were just symbolic minutes.
However, the former Liberty Professionals strongman says he will help the Smurfs to be successful in 2016.
“I ‘m finally almost fit ,” Kumordzi told Het Laatste Nieuws in smiles.
” I was elated I felt no pain. Whether I will immediately make it into the team will be the coach’s decision,” he added.
When Peter Maes was asked he said, “One thing is a fact : Kumordzi’s fitness will definitely help Genk. Especially since he is hungry to play after a year of absence.”
“He is an intelligent player and I expect him to make a massive comeback into the team now that he is back,” Maes concluded.
By: Sheikh Tophic Sienu @desheikh1 on twitter