Performance of new Black Stars debutant Eugene Ansah shows CK Akonnor was right

Performance of new Black Stars debutant Eugene Ansah shows CK Akonnor was right

- A video showing the wonderful performance of a new Black Stars debutant has popped up proving he qualified to be included

- The coach of the Black Stars recently named his first squad, enlisting a number of new players who have not been part of the team before

- In the video, Eugene who scored a goal portrayed so much tact, confidence, hard work and skill all at the same time

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25-year-old Eugene Ansah footballer playing at Hapoel Ra'anana in Israel who has been called for the first time to join the Ghana national football team the Black Stars has had sterling performances that show the Coach CK Akonnor was right in picking him.

In a particular video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the young Ghanaian player who used to play for the Ghanaian club Liberty Professionals FC scored an eye-popping goal.

The singular goal portrays so much tact, confidence, hard work and skill which can make one ask why he Eugene has never been called into the Black Stars' team until now.

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Watch the video showing Eugene's amazing goal in the post below:

It would be recalled that YEN.com.gh reported how Charles Kwablan (CK) Akonnor has named his first squad since being appointed as Black Stars coach.

The former Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko boss has named a 23-man provisional squad for Ghana double header AFCON qualifier against Sudan.

CK Akonnor announced the squad during a press conference held at the Accra City Hotel on Tuesday, March 3, 2020. CK Akonnor’s squad, however, included four players who ply their trades in the Ghana Premier League.

They are Aduana Stars’ Yahaya Mohammed, Hearts of Oak’s Richard Attah, Ashanti Gold’s Kwadwo Amoako and Asante Kotoko’s Habib.

READ ALSO: Ghanaian striker David Accam's US home destroyed by storm

In other news, top Ghanaian striker Asamoah Gyan has revealed how he chose Ghana's AFCON in 2008 over a massive deal with Manchester City

Gyan also reveals he was heavily attacked by Ghanaians for a 'shoddy performance' when he decided to choose Ghana over Man City which made him want to leave the camp

According to the striker, then-president Kuffour was the one who intervened and prevented him from leaving.

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