By Patrick Akoto
Ghana defender Masahudu Alhassan has invited a host of his European-based friends to play in a charity match at Tarkwa on June 30.
The event being together by Reliance Sports Consult will see the Italy-based left-full back and his friends battle a select Tarkwa X1 side to raise funds for the Tarkwa School for the blind.
Alhassan will play alongside his Black Stars team-mates Samuel Inkoom, Adam Kwarasey, Anthony Annan and Benjamin Acheampong.
Others include Palermo FC’s Afriyie Acquah, Richmond Boakye Yiadom, Ishmael Yartey and Sadick Adams.
The Tarkwa select side will also feature locals like Theophilus Anobah and Evans Nyarko of Medeama.
The 19-year-old, who hails from Tarkwa, wants to give back to society by using the charity to provide some sort of relief for the under-privileged and needy in society.
He wants students at the Tarkwa for the blind to fulfill their ambitions despite been physically handicapped.