The young players in Ghana are beginning to develop a massive love for football as a result of the talent they show on and off the pitch or in every dimension.Every club in Ghana has got at least one or two talented players in a team, who is tipped to be a great player and loved by the fans.One of the young prospect who have been tagged as one of the best players to come in the coming years is Mohammed Ayabah.
Mohammed Ayabah is a 19 year old professional footballer who plays for division two side IBT FC and he is one of the versatile players who has been noted and compared with top-notch players in the Ghana Premier League.His calmness on the ball and his composure has earned him a lot of accolades as the man of the match in various matches.
Highly rated midfielders like Fabio Gama of Kumasi Asante Kotoko and Gladson Awako of Great Olympics are the current players to be compared with the young champ.In view of this, the young midfielder expressed his gratitude and how the comments of the fans have made him a better player.
And these were his words “Whenever I play for my team in a match fans come tell me I have got quality and can perform at the top level. Some have also compared me to the likes of Fabio Gama , Gladson Awako, and more.”, he said.
Iddrisu Baba Tekper popularly known as IBT FC has it aim of grooming and selling players to any local team or abroad.And Mohammed Ayabah has been a hot cake for many clubs and they are battling it out to win signature in the Ghana Premier League next season.
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