Accra Hearts of Oak and other big clubs have on Tuesday talked to a young midfield sensation Kwaku Ansere on a deal. The youngster becomes Hearts’ first player if he get a management involve, which he don't have of the winter with many more expected to arrive in the coming days.
Kwaku Ansere joined the Berekum Chelsea from lower-tier side Kaaseman and once featured for Asokwa Deportivo FC.
Ansere is unusual in that he is a nimble-footed midfielder who plays in front of the defenders as a distributor and registrar, dictator on the field – but he also does far more than just run through the opponent to the box and put a shot or simple one time pass to goal into the box. He manoeuvres himself intelligently to beat opponents and uses his huge stride and devastating pace to run diagonally towards goal.
The player has featured in a lot of community gala and have emerged as the best player three (3*) times out of the five (5) matches he played.
He has been pleading and looking for a management to help him reach his aspirations as a player. He is well known as Sargent at Ahinsan by his fellows.
He will be happy to get manager because of the number of teams that are coming for his services. For any information Contact, 0204094599/0244825420.
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