Samuel Abbey-Ashie Quaye born on 14th April, 2001 is a Ghanaian professional footballer who plays as a left back for Ghanaian premier league giants Accra Great Olympics. He is seen as one of the talented and promising youngsters who can continue to be one of the best left back the league has produced in the coming years.His contribution at the back is the main reason why side sitting at the second position on the league table and they are just a point behind league leaders Karela Fc.
Quaye had been instrumental and reliable for Accra Great Olympics in the 2020–21 Ghana Premier League Season, providing a crucial assist for his brother Maxwell Quaye to score a goal against Accra Hearts of Oak, to earn Olympics a 2–0 win.He was versatile for the black satellites in the Afcon u20 and helped them clinch the trophy at last. He scored the only goal to enable his side to claim all massive points against a tough side Medeama in the first game of the second round of the competition.
After the match this was what he said”As you can see we can win the Ghana Premier League easily", he said in the post-match interview.Abbey also disclosed that discipline and good advice is what has helped in his impressive performances this season.His splendid performance has earn him a massive call up was in the Black Stars B squad that played in the international friendly against Asian side Uzbekistan.The white and blue boys are poised to win the league this season after 37 years and poised to win the league this season.
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