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Ghana striker Opoku Agyemang set for Al Ahly trial in Egypt

Posted On Monday, 26th November 2012

Opoku Agyemang

Ghana striker Opoku Agyemang is expected in Egypt this week to begin a trial stint with record African champions Al Ahly.

The newly-crowned African champions are looking to sign at least one foreign player in January as cover for Oussou Konan who looks set to join Hajr on loan.

They have thus invited the 23-year-old to be closely monitored by coach Hossam El-Badry.

Agyemang has been a free agent after terminating his contract with Bulgarian side Levski Sofia early this month.

Injuries have hampered the progress of the former AshantiGold player who has had stints with Tunisian club CS Sfaxien and Qatari side Al-Sadd.

Agyemang was an integral member of the Black Stars team which won silver at the 2010 Nations Cup finals in Angola.

Source: MTNFootball.com

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. kuukuphily says:

    Happy to hear this.may god help this young man,my favorite.

  2. prime says:

    Does he have his passport now? I remember this guy dodging our invitation because of a low class Qatari club.

  3. Maxwell Johnson says:

    What happened to the proposed move to Sochaux? By the way who is his agent? This chap has been making wrong decisions throughout his career.

    • Randy Abbey says:

      You are a nincompoop Maxwell Johnson or whatever you choose to call yourself.Mind your business is what happened to the proposed move to Sochaux.You are his useless agent,don’t you know?. You are the idiot behind his wrong decisions.

  4. real sabacious says:

    @maxwell johnson,well said!i wonder why randy abbey is abusing u.a talent like opoku doesn’t have to be hustling in those yawa leagues and if anything at all,its insult to him to go for a trial with ahly.all the best bro





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