I’ll Make Sure I Don’t ADD Up To The Numerous Ghanaian Players Who Didn’t Survive In North Africa – Daniel Lomotey

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Entente Sportive Setifenne forward Daniel Lomotey has sworn to exorcise the ghost haunting Ghanaian players in North Africa.

The Black Meteors goal poacher inked a three-year deal for the Algerian topfligt side last month, adding up to the plethora of top Ghanaian talents who have switched to North Africa.

His move awoke the near-dreaded history of Ghanaian players in North Africa, following a huge chunk of players with talents equivalent to rubies left crestfallen after a nightmarish stint in the Arabian countries.

Names such as Charles Taylor, Emmanuel Clottey, Torric Jebrin and recently Shafiu Mumuni are but a few top talents that struggled to excel in North Africa that is not to say Harrison Afful and John Antwi’s exploits overwrites that of the many talents that have fallen.

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However, Lomotey wants to address the old-age challenge affecting players from the talent-plenty West African nation. Speaking to Kumasi-based media outlet Oyerepa FM the goal poacher sworn:

“I will make sure I don’t add up to the numerous Ghanaian players who didn’t survive in the Northern part of Africa. I want to rewrite that story.”

Lomotey would have the biggest of opportunities to walk the talk when his new side cross swords with Asante Kotoko in a two-legged tie for a spot in the 2020-2021 CAF Confederations Cup group stages.

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