Black Stars forward, Daniel Kofi Kyereh has joined Bundesliga side SC Freiburg. The 26-year-old has seen career on an upward path in the last few months since he shot into the limelight. The former St Pauli forward scored a number of goals and gave some good number of assists in the just ended season. Kofi Kyereh’s performance at the Africa Cup of Nations made him a darling boy for most Ghanaians and he has apparently cemented his place in the Black Stars. Hopefully, he will be in coach Otto Addo’s squad in Qatar for the 2022 world cup.
The new feat he has achieved means he will be competing against the likes of Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, RB Leipzig, and the other giants in the Bundesliga. Kofi Kyereh will also be playing in the Europa league. This will afford him the chance to experience European football in the coming season.
Playing in the African Cup of Nations, World cup, Europa league and in the Bundesliga, Kofi’s career can be described as a meteoric career. Considering his age and the path he is traversing, there are greater things ahead of this youngster. We wish him a successful career at his new club.
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