Life became very difficult at a tender age for Kwadwo Amoako and had to quit school for the streets after realizing that help won't come from anywhere.
"Live was difficult when I was growing up, and my dad has not given us the needed attention. So I became a mate to survive and thankfully I was able to pay the school fees of my younger siblings." He told TV3.
"After two years, I decided to pursue my God-given talent which is football, and thankfully ending up Ashanti Gold after few years in the National Division One League." He added.
Amoako gained a call up into the senior national team, Black Stars in 2019 in games against Sudan following an impressive show at club level.
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