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Utrecht boss Wouters salutes Nana Asare

Posted On Monday, 17th December 2012

Utrecht boss Wouters has praised Nana Asare's qualities

FC Utrecht boss Jan Wouters has expressed delight at the qualities of Ghanaian winger Nana Akwasi Asare.

Asare, 26, has put in a string of impressive performances for the Utrejs this season scoring thrice and providing 8 assists in 16 appearances.

Jan Wouters believes captain Nana Asare and co. provides a midfield solidity for the White and Reds.

He said: “With Adam Sarota, Tommy Oar, Nana Asare and Anouar Kali FC Utrecht has a technically skilful midfield, consisting of players with specific and complementary qualities. The coach of FC Utrecht at the word.”

Utrecht are sixth on the Eredivisie log with 29 points from 17 games.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. muyu---nda says:

    ask them the current top scorer at this club, it is a zambian by the name of Jacob mulenga.he recovered last month from a 9 month injury and has scored more than 7 goals. hoza chipolopolo!!!!!!

  2. tymer says:

    Who cares? It seems u guys have nothing better to read about ur countrymen, so u always find ur way here. The day ur country start playing and winning laurels and world championship teams, then u can come here and argue with men. u dont have want it takes to rival Ghana soccer at any level and gender. Sorry “chimps”, u r not invited to the party!

  3. Dr Who says:

    Nigeria will pounce and expose the chipolopolo at their group game and will hand the 2nd spot to them to play Ivory Coast,who are expected to win their group, in the quarter finals.This ‘lucky‘ champions are in trouble.





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