Former Ghana Premier League topscorer (22) in the year 2021-22, Yaw Annor says he’s target in Egypt is to play for giant’s Pyramid FC before bidding farewell to Egypt.
The 24-year-old attacker secured a move to the Egyptian top-flight last season from Ghanaian club Ashanti Gold SC following a splendid campaign with spectacular number of goals.
He joined Ismaily FC on a five year contract hoping to replicate his best of form in the Egyptian League.
Nevertheless, he has sight set on playing for Pyramid FC before leaving Egyptian, having aspirations soaring high.
“Would love to play for Pyramid FC in the future and I will do that before I leave Egypt,”
Annor is a former youth international for Ghana. He featured for the Ghana national under-17 football team in 2013.
He previously had stints in Spain for CF Fuenlabrada and Burgos CF and also won his first silverware with Bechem United in the 2016 MTN FA Cup.
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