The striker opens up on his national team ambitions after becoming the first Japanese man to join a Ghana Premier League side
There has never been one route to greatness. Jindo Morishita’s path towards earning a first-ever call-up to Japan’s national team is not only fascinating but also pretty unusual.
Last month, the striker made history by becoming the first Japanese professional footballer to join a Ghanaian club after penning a short-term deal with Premier League side Ebusua Dwarfs.
For the 25-year-old, who previously played in Zambia, the move was a big step which draws him a step closer to realising a long-held dream.
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