Former Yendi Gbewaa FC forward Abdul Rahaman Ukasha believes his young age and physical appearance then, was the reason he was not offered the chance to prove himself at the club.
During an interview with sportsmrnews.com reporter, the young chap said, he was very optimistic to playing in the Division One League and hopes to play for any club that will offer him the opportunity.
“I want to play top football and for now playing in the Division One League will be a stepping stone for me to advance my career, should any team offer me the chance I will be very glad to grab it” Ukasha said
“My smallish body and age was the reason I was not given much playing time at Gbewaa FC, but now I am matured and can withstand the physicality in the DOL” Ukasha said
The young and upcoming Star also believes his ability to adapt and lean fast are the reasons he dream of making it to the professional level.
“I am so ambitious, a fast learner and can easily make it to any managers team not withstanding his style of play. The reason is very simple, I adopt very easily. My dream has always been to go play at the professional stage, and as you know Cristiano Ronaldo is my role model”
Ukasha who on Friday bagged a brace in their 2-0 victory over Yendi Great Amphibians, has been in a scintillating form since he left Gbewaa FC to train with a yet to be named club in Yendi.
The 17 year old goal-poacher was a former striker for Accra Mal FC also known as Lelee FC. He is a good runner, very good in dribbling, a goal poacher and a perfect example of a young and upcoming strikers in Ghana.
The Division One League transfer window is still open for new registration of players, which means Abdul Rahaman Ukasha still stand a chance of getting a club to play for.
The league is expected to kickstart on November 12 this year.
By Saaka Yakubu Issah