Ex-England youth international midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong has revealed the exclusive boots he will be wearing when he makes his Ghana debut next week.
The shoes designed in the colours of the West African country have been prepared for the midfielder awaiting its use in the World Cup qualifier against Sudan.
The specially designed shoes are tagged with his name on it as well as his clothing line Dench.
Frimpong is delighted over his maiden call-up to the Ghana national team, describing it as the ‘proudest moment of his football career’.
The Arsenal midfielder, who is on loan at Fulham, was handed his first Ghana call-up on Tuesday for this month’s World Cup qualifier against Sudan in Kumasi.
The 21-year-old, who has played for England at youth level, only secured permission from FIFA late last year to switch nationality – making him eligible for Black Stars selection.
The process of seeking the nationality switch delayed for nearly two years after taking the brave decision to quit England when he was a key player for their youth side.
He has now demonstrated his extreme loyalty to Ghana,greeting his maiden call-up with huge pride saying it is a dream come true.
Frimpong was born in Ghana before he migrated to England as a tender age where he developed his football career.
He visited Ghana last year when he was recovering from injury and Ghana FA president Kwesi Nyantakyi visited him to assure him of the support of the country.
The defensive midfielder will become only the fourth player to have successfully secured a nationality switch in order to play for the Black Star – following in footsteps of Quincy Owusu-Abeyie, Kevin-Prince Boateng and Adam Kwarasey.