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There is no way Hearts of Oak can go ahead sign this player on record of the club's history

All the clubs in Ghana want's to sign the youngster but because the club is not in a hurry to offer any deal locally to the player. The player got his maiden call up in the current Black Stars B call up. His performance so far in the league has been amazing leaving people talking for all this while why he is not part of the 23 man squad to play the qualifying matches. The 19-year-old is on the radar of several clubs in Ghana following a brilliant campaign in the just-concluded group stage of the Special Competition, during which he scored nine goals in 13 matches to help the Nzema-based club qualify for the semi-finals. Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko have shown interest in the player and his side are willing to sell but not for “peanuts”, according to Karela’s Public Relations Officer.

“We Karela United are ready to sell Diawisie Taylor to any club that meets our demands,” Eric Aligeidede told Kumasi-based Alpha Radio. “Age is on his side, he is just 19 years and his price is high so no club should come and mention any peanut price for Diawisies' service because we mean business,” he added. GFA Normalization Committee (NC) Special Competition and is reported to have attracted interest from a host of clubs in the country.

Reports have it that Ghana Premier League giants, Kumasi Asante Kotoko, Accra Hearts of Oak, as well as some other top clubs are chasing after the players signature and could sign him before the start of the regular season. In an interview with Kumasi based Alpha FM, Eric Alagidede explained that indeed they are open to selling the player but they will only do so if the interested club is able to meet their demands. Diawisie Taylor joined the Nzema-based outfit from Biabiani Gold Stars at the start of the Special Competition. Coach Sarpong extolled Taylor's striking prowess, saying the 21-year-old attacking midfielder "has eyes for turning half chances into goals".

What Karela United should know is that Victorien Adebayor played in the top flight league abroad but has come to revive his career. A lot of players has been sold outside without been able to impress the coaches outside. That is what most clubs in Ghana is waiting for but the fact still remains that the clubs are going after money which is their main target. But Karela United must think about the players development rather than going out with a lot of expectation and will come bach as his brother is joining Kotoko. He believes Taylor has single-handedly propelled the Anyinase-based Karela to be very competitive against traditional giants to stay on top of the league for more than six consecutive weeks. In delivering his midterm report, the much-travelled coach named Great Olympics captain, Gladson Awako, the Asante Kotoko duo of Kwame Opoku and goalkeeper Razak Abalora as well as King Faisal’s Kwame Peprah among other players who have impressed him most for bringing some spark into the competition. “These are influential players who have brought life into the league and made their teams very competitive in the league, but Diawisie Taylor stands tall among them because he does not only torment defenders but is also dangerous on the ball and can turn half chances into goals,” said Sarpong. 

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