Young, madly talented with football running through his veins fits the description of none other than Dennis Anabila. The surname might ring the bell of where he acquired the aforementioned attributes – Abdul Latif Anabila of Ghana Premier League side Ashgold.

Dennis, a student of Dompoase Junior High School based in Kumasi plays for Georgia FC – a colts club based in the Garden city – as a forward.

He is the younger brother of midfield juggernaut Abdul Latif Anabila – who is currently been chased by Asante Kotoko as they bolster their squad for continental assignment.

His arrival at Kumasi Georgia Football Club preceded the new Juvenile league – which never sufficed due to Covid-19 – where he grabbed the bull by the horn with his show-stopping displays which aroused alot of attention on him.

At a tender age, Dennis helped his school to win the Ashanti Region Inter J.H.S Competition 2019/20 in their Zone Championship – a success in which he played a major role.

His unbridled passion, dedication, determination, focus, obedience and conspicuous hardwork earned him a superstar status in his community.

The young Anabila has very good strength both on and off the ball which makes it very difficult to shrug him off. He is also excellent at intercepting opponent’s passes and blends that with a voluptuous appetite for goals from all ranges.

Despite his position as a forward, Dennis is very much concerned about the collective which sees him helping his team mates in pressing down opponents.

As if that works for not enough, he can operate on the wings, middle and can also act as a Second Striker not forgetting the mentally-demanding trequartista role with perfection to underscore his versatility.

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The above skill-set interlaced with adorable endurance has made him a very important asset in the team.

Dennis’s dream and focus is to move his game forward and improve on his performance on a daily basis.

He also aspires to play in the Ghanaian top-flight league as well as wearing the national team’s shirt.

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