There have been a lot of expatriate players from all the continent to play the Ghana premier league since ages now. The real issue at hand right now is that no foreigner will be allowed to play for the national team while playing in the local league.
The Brazilian- Kotoko player has all the qualities to play for the Korea club and make it big outside and inside the league matches. The 28-year-old has dazzled in the Ghana Premier League since joining the Porcupine Warriors in October last year and his recent performances have prompted discussions on the part of some fans about his possibility of lining up for the Black Stars.
"Why not? But, it’s not an easy decision to make. I have to talk with my family. I can’t say 'no' and I can’t say 'yes' right now," Gama told Pure FM on Thursday when asked whether he would be interested in switching his international allegiance. The presence of the Brazilian had created a lot of controversy between the presenters and the board.
The fans and the presenters knows how good and better Justice Nkuku Bay was in his 6 months loan with the club. But the board considered his age to disqualify him as not eligible and too grown to make a serious impact in some years to come.
Thw coming of this player has also introduce his friend who is a striker and has everything he needs to score goals. But upon the coming of Gama, he said the club should give him enough time to prepare and adapt to the condition of this country. But, Michael Viniscius kick the ground running in the league after a long stay in the house clubless.
Gama is the first Brazilian to make his way to the Ghana Premier League since Hermes Da Silva signed for Kotoko in 2013. He is also the third Brazilian to join the Porcupine Warriors in the last 16 years, following in the footsteps of Hermes and Gleisson de Souza Ferreira in 2005. “The difference between Ghana and Brazilian football is that there is so much quality in Brazil,” Gama remarked.
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