Ghana B mentor Tanko has encouraged A group supervisor CK Akonnor to give newcomer Abdul Fatawu more freedoms to show his value at the most elevated level.
Soon after winning the Best Player grant at the Africa U20 Cup of Nations competition in Tanzania a month ago where the Black Satellites won the cup, the 17-year-old was immediately given a lady senior Ghana call-up in front of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying twofold header against South Africa and São Tomé.
The aggressor, notwithstanding, neglected to make Akonnor's last crew for the consecutive games, rather being dropped to Tanko's B group for a cordial apparatus away at Uzbekistan where he scored Ghana's just objective in the match.
"Fatawu has the quality, and he needs to join the Black Stars," Tanko, whose side endured a 2-1 loss to Uzbekistan in a month ago's agreeable, revealed to Happy FM.
"We need to sustain him in light of the fact that the ability is tremendous. I have known him since his days at Shooting Stars before I came to meet him again at the public U17 group and U23 group.
"They played a game at McDan Park [in Accra] and I was talking about with the specialized chief how well they can play him, and [Ghana U20] mentor Karim Zito went to play him shrewdly at the competition.
"All I appeal to God for him is to remain fit on the grounds that to be extraordinary you must be fit and in the event that he is fit, he will go exceptionally far."
As of now playing club football for second-level side Steadfast FC in his nation, Issahaku's unmistakable quality started when he captained Ghana's U17 side to the Wafu Zone B Cup of Nations in Togo.
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Back from the competition, he was expeditiously elevated to the U20 side for the U20 Afcon in March, where he scored twice to help Ghana win the competition.
His new ascent has seen him connected to Austrian side Red Bull Salzburg, Swiss overlap FC Basel, Danish side Nordsjaelland and Italian outfit Udinese.
He could be given a second senior Ghana call-up for the 2022 World Cup qualifying twofold header against Ethiopia and South Africa in June.
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