Ghanaian Premier League are planning to decorate duo Fatau Dauda and Henri Traore for their exploits in the 2013 AFCON.
Goalkeeper Fatau Dauda earned raving reviews for his heroic displays for the Black Stars who finished fourth at the competition while defender Henri Traore helped his Burkina Faso side to win silver.
Dauda was Ghana’s first choice keeper and completed all six games at the competition.
Though Traore, 29, played just game in South Africa – that sole appearance coming in the semi-final victory over Ghana.
But the Obuase-based side feel proud of the two.
“Fatau and Henri Traore have done a lot of good for the club and we will honour them deservedly,” AshGold CEO Kudjoe Fianoo told Accra-based Happy FM.
Dauda was included in the 2013 AFCON reserves squad.
His 81st minute world-class save in the quarter-final against Cape Verde is rated as the best save of the tournament.