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Success Happy To Return To Watford Training After Lengthy Layoff

Success Happy To Return To Watford Training After Lengthy Layoff

Isaac Success is thrilled to rejoin his Watford teammates in training after spending
around six-month on the sidelines due to hamstring injury, reports Completesports.com.

Success picked up the injury during a training session in June and has not make an appearance for the Hornets since then.

The striker returned to training this week ahead of the side’s league clash against Huddersfield Town.

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The Nigeria international took to the social media to celebrate his return to full training.

“Feels good to be back training with the team,” Success posted on Instagram.

The 24-year-old has scored seven goals in 49 league appearances since linking up with Watford from LaLiga club Granada in 2016.

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  • GLORY 6 months ago

    A player with everything to be at the very top but so sadly nothing yet to show for it. Skills, power, intelligence, directness, good shots, pace, bravery etc. GIVE NOT YOUR STRENGTH TO ACUNACUNAS/OPIOSCOLOUR WE MEN ARE WARNED but seems some our talented footballers always fail to heed this warning.

     
  • Empire 6 months ago

    @ Glory, my  heart sinks each time I remember success and his ups and down, this is someone much was expected of, his injury gave way to the raise of Kelechi during the under 17 tournament. This guys has virtually everything to succeed in the game of soccer. I wish him all the best…

     
  • GLORY 6 months ago

    @ Empire… Very true. Isaac by now should have been SE numero Uno in the attack along with Osimene goal or any other. That boy packs lot of power/skil in his both legs. Can’t stop rueing what’s befell his football career.