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Kwadwo Asamoah tagged as one of the 'most dangerous players in Europe'

Posted On Thursday, 22nd November 2012
Kwadwo Asamoah tagged as one of the 'most dangerous players in Europe'

Kwadwo Asamoah tagged as one of the 'most dangerous players in Europe'

In the wake of impressive showing in Juventus’ 3-0 thrashing of Chelsea, Ghana midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah has been described as ¬†One of the Most Dangerous Players in Europe by Bleacher Report.

Below is the full report as published on Kwadwo Asamoah’s performance.

Kwadwo Asamoah was bought from Udinese this summer where he had thrived as a centre midfielder.

Antonio Conte, with an embarrassment of midfield options, decided to turn the Ghanaian into a left midfielder.

The move has been a revelation and Asamoah is proving to be one of the best in Europe in this role. It is scary to think that he is actually better through the middle.

Asamoah was able to drive at Branislav Ivanovic throughout the match, using his searing pace and power to knock the ball past the Serbian and deliver dangerous crosses into the penalty area.

With strikers willing to drop deep or pull wide, such as Sebastian Giovinco and Mirko Vucinic, Asamoah is able to combine well and drive into the middle when afforded the opportunity.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. leshaq says:

    The european managers know how to squeeze the best out of him but our local one’s…….

  2. yaw2 says:

    NO doubt he’s one the most dengereous players in the world.He’s getting better and better every week @ juventus.Quincy too is playing awesome soccer in Greece.

  3. yaw2 says:

    He’s getting better and better every week.

  4. Bondey says:

    Ghana best now………hard work pays.

  5. BENNY says:

    You reap what you sow.If the GFA is willing to invest heavily in a better technical coach,l think the black stars could conquer the world in the next eight years.
    The problem is short sightedness.Asamoah as well as Jordan Ayew are all badly managed in the black stars.
    The GFA wants a manager who will take peanut a year,so we end up with peanut tactics.
    Akwasi Appiah is still experimenting with tactics.
    Our best coach was GREEDY” MILO”.

    • Ghanaman says:

      YOu dirty smelly animal and DOG! Son of a filthy WHORE! Useless son of a slut! Kwesi Appiah is a great coach and doing very well… You may need to get new glasses or better yet let me hit you in the eye so you can see!!

  6. tank God we are nt zambians says:

    he does not give his best wen plays for gh.i dnt remember da last tym he scored for us

  7. Sergeant says:

    They preserve their legs when playing for GH.

  8. osagyefo ansong says:

    As much as milo was greedy I still belive he was our best bs coach for the past ten years and we should reconsider him and let’s all know tht we all want to move fwrd.

  9. CAF says says:

    katongo is better than him

  10. Ded Boi says:

    Katongo plays for a second division club in china

  11. Jaja says:

    Line-up:

    Jordan
    Dede Atsu
    K. Asamoah Muntari

    Annan

    D. Addy Jonathan Boye Opare

    Kwarasey

  12. gabby says:

    i agree with osagyefo and benny. milo is the most tactical coach i have seen in ghana for the little over two decades i have lived. even though he always makes us sit on tentahooks, we always get the results. and modern football is all about results.





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