- Ghanaian winger, Kamaldeen Sulemana, has shared a video of where it all started
- The FC Nordsjaelland winger returned home after a successful season in Europe
- The 19-year-old is attracting interests from top clubs in Europe
Fast rising Ghanaian winger, Kamaldeen Sulemana, has shared a beautiful video of him going back to his roots after a visit to his hometown in Techiman.
The 19-year-old after a successful campaign in Europe with Danish outfit, FC Nordsjaelland, visited his hometown in Techiman to inspire young footballers to chase their dreams.
Born in Techiman on February 15, 2002, the winger left home at a young age to join the Right to Dream Academy in Akosombo.
His quick development saw him move to Europe to join FC Nordsjaelland at 18, where he signed his first professional contract.
The Ghana international's career blossomed after a year in Europe, attracting interests from giants Manchester United and Ajax Amsterdam.
I lost 5 kilos instantly- Stephen Appiah reveals pressure before taking the penalty against USA 15 years ago
He was invited for Ghana's international friendlies against Morocco and Ivory Coast but withdrew at the eleventh hour.
In other sports news, YEN.com.gh reported that former Ghana captain, Stephen Appiah, has revealed that he "lost five kilos" as he stood behind the ball to take the Black Stars' first-ever penalty at a World Cup some 15 years ago.
Tuesday, June 22, 2021, marked exactly 15 years when Ghana defeated the United States 2-1 to reach the last 16 at her first-ever World Cup.
Appiah, who works as a pundit for Euro 2020 on Joy Prime, revealed on the show the weight he carried at that moment and what was running through his mind as he prepared to take the penalty, which he eventually scored.
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