After qualifying, the senior national squad, the Black Stars, continues to receive positive news. The team's triumph, which earned them a spot at the world's biggest foot tournament in Qatar, has made the national team so appealing that everyone wants to be associated with it, especially foreign-born Ghanaians who, on a normal day, would have hesitated to accept the invitation to represent the homeland.
Tariq Lamptey, a teenage player for Brighton & Hove Albion, is the most recent youngster to make headlines. Some Ghanaians are already ecstatic that the potential young right back has agreed to play for their country. Many people who have seen him play in England can vouch to his ability and believe he can be a valuable member of the team.
Ghana needs world-class players to raise the country's flag high on the international scene, and individuals like Tariq, who compete at the highest level, will be invaluable to the squad.
His transition has been completed, according to the player's camp, and he will be eligible to play for the Black Stars. Tariq has previously represented Chelsea and is currently representing Brighton in the English Premier League.
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