The young man was a prospect since their days in Division One where was scoring spectacular goal over 25 and helped them to premier where he is carrying up from there. The player has pick up some amazing form this season playing a lot of matches to ensure that he get the goal king title. The young man has been a player to watch in the upcoming call up if only there will be fairness in the Black Stars call up. Diawusie Taylor has been sensational for the Aiyinase-based club since 2016, netted over 58 goals and currently leads the Ghana Premier League top scorer chats with 12 goals. “ Karela FC ready to sell Diawusie Taylor but only for the right offer” Elleony Amande told Medeama FM in an interview. “We are into football for business reasons but not for charity”, when quizzed if the Aiyinase -based club is ready to sell Diawusie Taylor.He added. Taylor is currently training with the Black Stars who are preparing ahead of Ghana’s AFCON qualifiers against South Africa and São Tomé. The leading marksman scored his 9th goal of the season in the epic clash between his side Karela FC and Medeama SC at the Anyinase CAM park on Day 11 of the season.
Taylor is poised to continue his impressive scoring prowess and help his side maintain their lead on top of the league log. In the month of January, Taylor scored a total of five goals with a brace in the game against Berekum Chelsea and a goal each against Elmina Sharks and Medeama. He also assisted his teammates twice in the month as he won one MVP award.
Karela United striker Diawisie Taylor is up for sale but not at just any price, according to a club official. The 19-year-old is on the radar of several clubs in Ghana following a brilliant campaign in the just-concluded group stage of the Special Competition, during which he scored nine goals in 13 matches to help the Nzema-based club qualify for the semi-finals. Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko have shown interest in the player and his side are willing to sell but not for “peanuts”, according to Karela’s Public Relations Officer. “We Karela United are ready to sell Diawisie Taylor to any club that meets our demands,” Eric Aligeidede told Kumasi-based Alpha Radio.
The win is their fifth successive home victory in the ongoing Premier League and remains the only side to set that record in the nine-week-old campaign. Karela completely overpowered the Blues at the Crosby Awuah Memorial (CAM) Park in Aiyinase to secure the important victory.
The striker is the best goalscorer in the league and has all the qualities to show that he is very potent in font of goal and to ensure that his side win their matches home and if away they settle for draw or win. Such performance need to be seen by Hearts of Oak coach Samuel Boadu who can nurture this talent to the world and get the best out of him. Comparing him to Haaland, Gabriel Jesus et al with his qualities attached. It is their fifth successive home win. They have won every point at home so far this season, no club can boast of a better record. The four goals came from their two in-form strikers Diawise Taylor and Kwame Boateng, with both scoring a brace. Karela made a brilliant start and deservedly opened the scoring in the 12th minute through Diawusie Taylor. But Chelsea replied 17 minutes later through John Andoh in the 29th minute with an absolute stunner.
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