Fourteen young footballers from Ghana have been selected for a tour of Europe after impressive performance in the TechCrek Scouting tournament held over the weekend.
At the end of three-day competition at the St Thomas Aquinas Park, the team of scouts led by FIFA agent Cristian Hossu settled on the fourteen as the finest.
They are Melody Owah, Robin Gyan, Mike Ganmer, Daniel Mensah, Bashiru Mohammad, Ernest Markwei, Patrick Aboadjie, Samuel Appiah, Jerry Johnson, Francis Teye, John Sakodie, Agoe Daniel and Morrison Enoch.
Rapid AC win trophy
The competition ended with a keenly contested final between Rapid AC and Final Whistle. Rapid emerged champions securing a 3-0 victory over Final Whistle in the final game.
Rapid’s Hakeem Aminu was crowned goal king with just two goals while the golden glove award went to his mate John Sarkodie.
Robben Gyan of Emmanuel City was adjudged the overall best player of the tournament.
Philip Doh, Chief Executive Officer of P-Tech Group Limited was grateful to God and his team for the success of the event and promised more scouting tournaments.
“We thank God for a successful end to the programme. Initially, we wanted to pick four players but we ended up with fourteen so you can see that the standard was great,” he said, and added they are hoping for the best in the next edition.
Cristian Hossu who is a top Fifa Agent from Romania was impressed of the performance of the players and said he had a difficult time selecting the 14 players as he was blown away by the performance of the young players.
“We tried to put all the selected players in one team and you saw the powerful team we chose. My advice for people with academies is to look at these young players because they can have a future.
By Nana Akua Amankwaa|3news.com|Ghana