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Liberty's Joseph Mensah set to join Czech side Slavia Prague

Posted On Friday, 20th December 2013
Joseph Mensah in action for Liberty Professionals.

Joseph Mensah in action for Liberty Professionals.

Liberty Professionals have reached an agreement with Czech side Slavia Prague over the transfer of talented midfielder Joseph Mensah, MTNFootball.com can exclusively reveal.

But the 19-year-old is yet to agree personal terms with the Red and Whites.

“I know another Czech side Jablonec were interested in me but it is Slavia Prague I want to work for,” Mensah told MTNFootball.com

Slavia Prague, currently 11th on the Czech Liga table after 16 matches, are impressed with the qualities of twinkle-toed midfielder who has been a key performer for the Ghana Premier League side.

Mensah scored one goal in 12 league matches and picked up six man-of-the-man awards.

He joined Liberty Professionals two seasons ago for third-tier side Cheetah FC.

In October last year, Mensah had a two-week trial with German Bundesliga II side Greuther Furth.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. shawa says:

    Ghana FA should stop the transfer of this guy otherwise we(GHANA)will loose another great talent just because of money.i have seen him play several times and i feel he should be kept in the country for a while.

    • david says:

      so is he really good? I understand your concerns but we need midfielder as hell. I think slavia isn’t a bad starting point for his career, we have a nice stadium, great fans so what else would he need :)

  2. search353 says:

    I´m very sorry but Slavia Prague is not leader of the czech league. It´s SPARTA PRAGUE. Slavia is on 11 position.

  3. Ns3mfoo ahi says:

    we should keep him here in the country so we later sell him to tp mazembe right. if he was ut brother is this what u will suggest for him. Bro go make some money cos a footballer’s career is short and has no pension pay





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