Mohammed Salisu makes Southampton debut which will be important for the crew for 2021 AFCON
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Ghanaian International defender Mohammed Salisu made his Southampton debut in their FA Cup fifth-round win over Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Mollineaux on Thursday.
Southampton lead trainer Ralph Hassenhutl gave the youthful safeguard his first beginning since he went along with them the previous summer from Spanish La Liga side Real Valladolid.
Salisu played an hour and a half in a four-man safeguard with Jan Bednarek in focal guard and Ryan Betrand and Walker-Peters as the laterals.
The 21-year old aided the Saints to record their first success and another perfect clean sheet in quite a while.
The formal manager of Black Stars Appiah handed call-ups to a number of players including former Hearts of Oak forward Torric Jibril, Spain-based duo Iddrisu Baba, and Mohammed Salisu, as well as German-based Christopher Antwi Adjei that, the current manager of Ghana Charles Akonnor should consider these players to be part the squad for the AFCON 2021.
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