By Patrick Akoto
Ghana goalkeeper Fatau Dauda says he’s determined to establish himself as the most dependable goalkeeper for the national team.
The Ashantigold shot-stopper marked his full competitive debut for the Ghanaians as they drew 2-2 with the Democratic Republic of Congo in their opening group B game in the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations in Port Elizabeth.
Despite failing to keep a clean sheet at the Nelson Mandela Bay, the 27-year-old was satisfied with his performance and says he focused on holding on onto the position.
“I am very happy with my performance. I don’t think I did badly but obviously disappointed we couldn’t win,” Dauda said
“I want to keep working hard to ensure I remain in post.
“All the goalkeepers in the team are special but at the end of the day, only one person will get the chance to man the post.
“I will just keep working hard to ensure I get the chance to be in post all the time.
It appears the former Okwahu United goalie has taken over from Adam Kwarasey and also the safest pair of hands between the sticks.