Founded in October 1996 by Omar Nasser El-Eter, Rabeh Nasser El-Eter and the late Robert Tetteh, a former player for SS74 team of the seventies, Accra Great Olympics and Ghana Black Stars, Inter Allies Football Club have risen to become one of the safe havens for talents in the country.
Since qualifying to the country’s top-flight for the 2013-2014 season, the Capelli Boys have not failed bless the league with talents – within the county and outside the shores of the land.
A plethora of raw talents have been shaped, molded and refined by the technical and tactical luminaries at the club with famous alumni such as Kwame Baah, David Addy, Jonathan Quartey, Emmanuel Nettey and Isaac Twum just to mention a few.
Currently, their young and talented team led by their lethal frontline of Victorien Adebayor and Samuel Armah alongside Mohammed Zakaria have taken the lion’s share of the spotlight.
However, sportscorna.com will focus our lense on the less talked about calm presence at the back office (defence) in the mould of Hashmin Musah.
Born on April 03, 1997, Hashmin Musah is a Ghanaian footballer who plays for Inter Allies as a central defender in the Ghana Premier League.
The young defender has been touted as a box-to-box player for his ability to exert energy in supporting both offensive and defensive play and for his tough tackling style.
He helped Zogbeli Junior High school to finish as runners-up on two occasions in 2008 and in 2010.
He further helped the school team to place third in the National Milo games and in his final year in the school he captained the Northern Regional team at Kumasi which they placed second.
Hashmin, who can play as a defensive midfielder began his football career at Real Republicans in 2005. He moved to Division Two club Galaxy FC in the Northern regional capital, Tamale and helped the team to qualify for the country’s second tier in 2009.
The 22-year-old spent two seasons at Galaxy FC appearing in 27 matches before he moved to Real Tamale United (RTU) in the 2012-13 season.
Musah won back-to-back league titles in the year 2013-14 league for the first time with RTU but ultimately missed out in qualifying to the top flight at thr Middle League level.
Despite his near miss collectively, his performances did not escape the technical eyes of the national team handlers when he was drafted into the National Under 20 team which he helped the national team qualify for the African Youth Championship.
Hashmin had the opportunity to join Wa All Stars in the Ghana Premier League (GPL) in the year 2017. He was with them but was not registered and eventually moved to the capital in the next transfer window and went on to have a fairy tale start to life at Inter Allies in his debut season.
The cool-calm-and-collected defender was named the new captain of Inter Allies FC for the 2017/18 season which was followed by a contract extension for an additional two years.
Speaking after his contact renewal, Musah said, “I’m really excited about this deal and I’m really grateful to everyone who has given me the opportunity to get where I am,” he told Inter Allies’ website.
“It’s time to do extra work on the field of play, hopefully I can push on now and help the club to be successful,” he added. Hashmin scored two goals, won one NASCO MVP award and had arguably the best season in his career during the 2016/17 season.
The hard working number ‘5’ shirted defender is blessed with superb work rate coupled with terrific technique and uses his body strength to great effect.
“He’s dependable and reliable, our relentless center back, Hashmin Musah” a statement on the club’s official Twitter account read.
Hashmin Musah has made 13 appearances, starting in all thirteen games and two assists to boot from central defence.