Black Stars goalie, Fatau Dauda has called on Ghanaian footballers across the World who are struggling to get regularly starting places and fading out in their career to return home and sign for domestic clubs in other to re-launch their careers.
The Ashantigold shot-stopper is among one of the high profile players who have return to Ghana after a spells in South Africa.
Duada returned from Orlando Pirates to play for his former club Ashantigold after two-season in South Africa,
The former Okwahu United is however urging struggling Ghanaian players abroad to stage a comeback to the domestic top-flight.
”If you are Ghanaian footballer in Europe or anywhere and you are struggling to get a regularly playing time, you must return to Ghana to re-launch your career,” Fatau Dauda exclusively Kumasi-based Metro FM
“You can see Saddick Adams and the rest have all returned and their playing very well in the domestic league. If a player returns from Europe or anywhere it doesn’t mean the player is a bad player but in life it happens.”
Fatau Dauda was a member of the Ghana squad that took part in the 2014 FIFA World Cup and a finalist in the 2015 African Cup Nations which was played in Equatorial Guinea.
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