Do you want to play Ghanaian Cards and win some cash? Try AgroGame. Register and play here https://agrogame.com.gh/7/ The Ghana Football Association has denied reports of official nationality switch of foreign-born players. It will be recalled that a number of foreign-born players have been linked to playing for the Black Stars.
Inaki Williams and his brother Nico Williams has arrived in Ghana for possible nationality switch for the world cup which would be happening in Qatar this year. Well the brothers came back home for holidays as Ghanaians have welcome them. Most people were thinking that, Inaki Williams and his brother were not born in Ghana but they have really proven to be Ghanaians by blood.
You want to play Ghanaian cards? Play Ghanaian cards on AgroGame and win some cash. Sign up here https://agrogame.com.gh/7/ Since Ghana qualified for the world cup, a lot of players have been linked to the team. A number of them including Eddie Nketiah, Inaki and his brother Nico Williams, Hudson Odoi, Tariq Lamptey are players expected to join the senior national team.
The talented Athletico Madrid player Iniki Williams has stated that his mother happens to be one of the reasons why his switch to play for Ghana Black Stars became a success. For sometime now, it has been rumored that, Inaki Williams will be playing for the senior national team of The Black Stars Of Ghana together with his younger brother, Nico Williams.
Ghanaian football fans on social media have reacted to Mr Richard Ahenkorah's plea about Ghanaians allowing Nico Williams to be matured before he plays for the Black Stars. The uncle of the Williams brothers, Mr Richard Ahenkorah talking on Onua TV has requested that, Ghanaians should give Nico Williams time to get mature before he can play for the Black Stars.
Hello football lovers, hope everyone is doing well by God's grace? As I always satisfy you all with more interesting articles to make your day better, I'm about bring you this interesting article about a special video of the Spanish born Ghanaian player Nico Williams who plays for Athletic Bilbao and the reason why Ghana should push hard for his service.
Athletico Bilbao striker Inaki William completes his nationality switch from Spanish to Ghanaian. The Spanish born Ghanaian is now eligible to feature for the black stars of Ghana after this nationality switch The striker who previously granted interview and voiced out that he feel more Spanish than being a Ghanaian so he will not like to take the chance from others who are fully Ghanaians.
Nico Williams, a young attacker, says he wants to play for Athletic Bilbao for a very long time and help them win championships. The Ghanaian, who was born in Spain and joined Bilbao in April of last year, made his first team debut and is now gradually becoming a key member of the team.
Ghanaian Winger Ranked The Best Under-21 Dribbler In Europe's Top Five Leagues Ahead of Vinicius Jr.
Kamaldeen Sulemana who plays the Ghana National Team as well as Stade Rennais in the French Ligue 1 has been rated the best Under 21 dribbler in Europe's top five leagues. This was based on the number of successful dribbles per game. The Ghanaian player managed to come above big names such as Vinicius Junior and Alphonso Davies who are budding under 21 talents.
Let us get the update on the nationality switch process of these players. These players are Tariq Lamptey, Callum Hudson Odoi, Inaki Williams, Eddie Nketiah, and Nico Williams. We will be looking at the level of completion of these players, that is who has gone through all the formalities, who is in it, and who is yet to start the process.
The Spanish-born Ghanaian has sparked outrage on social media after liking a tweet about the West African country's 2022 FIFA World Cup draw. Inaki Williams, a prolific scorer for Athletic Bilbao, has hinted at a possible switch of allegiance with his brother Nico Williams to represent Ghana at the 2022 FIFA World Cup, which would be held in November and December.
The Ghanaian-born Englishman says he is willing to switch allegiances and play for the Black Stars of Ghana. Eddie Nketiah, an Arsenal youth striker, has revealed that he is considering a move to the senior level for the West African nation. Nketiah is eligible to play for Ghana's Black Stars because both of his parents are Ghanaians.