Black Stars: Fatau Dauda explains why he chose Asante Kotoko’s Frederick Asare for Black Stars

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Black Stars: Fatau Dauda explains why he chose Asante Kotoko’s Frederick Asare for Black Stars

Black Stars goalkeepers’ trainer Fatau Dauda has explained his decision to call up Asante Kotoko’s Frederick Asare at the expense of Solomon Agbasi of

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Black Stars goalkeepers’ trainer Fatau Dauda has explained his decision to call up Asante Kotoko’s Frederick Asare at the expense of Solomon Agbasi of Dreams FC and Felix Kyei of Medeama. Both put up extraordinary performances in the CAF Confederation Cup and CAF Champions League respectively and as a result, many Ghanaians expected to at least see one of them in the Black Stars.

“I have about five or six local goalkeepers in my books… but it’s about decision… We had 10 days in Morocco to prepare for those two matches… and we took them through a lot of tactics so the coach [Otto Addo] has a good idea about them.

“These are qualifying games and you can’t try a player now, the only time sometimes you can try a player is when you are going to play a friendly game so I am very hopeful maybe another time when there’s a friendly match, we will give another player it goalkeepers chance to play.

“So these goalkeepers, I’ve been monitoring them both locally and foreign, they are in my books, I take data from them so we have a lot of goalkeepers who can play for the national team in the future,” disclosed Fatau Dauda, the goalkeeper’s trainer of Black Stars.

Ghana will face Mali and Central African Republic in the 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers in June.

 

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