Former Ghana coach Kwasi Appiah suggest Government name a huge project after Christian Atsu
Former Ghana international and ex-coach for the men’s senior national team of Ghana, Black Stars, coach Kwasi Appiah wants state authorities to recognise Christian Atsu Twasam with a befitting project in Ghana.
According to Appiah who discovered the sensational winger who is now a deceased after getting trapped in a devastating 7.7 magnitude earthquake in Turkey, it will be an honour to have any of Ghana’s recognised projects named after Christian Atsu, putting together what he offered the national team during his praying days.
Atsu, 31, played in two African Cup of Nations tournament for Ghana(2015 & 2017) and won the 2015 AFCON best player along with goal of the tournament in Guinea.
He had 65 caps for the Black Stars and played for clubs like, FC Porto, Chelsea FC, AFC Bournemouth, FC Everton and Newcastle United FC.
“It could be good to honour Atsu looking at the extra miles he went to serve his nation aside everything he was doing as a professional footballer” During his days playing for Newcastle United he still went extra miles so if you raise up a good project in his name at his hometown, it won’t be bad because of the good name he gave to Ghana”, he told Kumasi-based Subanpa FM in an exclusive interview.
“Some Honourables get some recognised state own projects and so I think if an astro turf or even school nor complex is named after him will be great”
Twasam Atsu last played for Turkish Super Lig side Hatayspor where he signed a year deal but could not see his days shine only to be trapped in a rubble which happened in Turkey and Syria.
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