Justus Torsutsey’s professional football journey started in 2010 and after 11 years of hard work and dedication, he is finally getting the deserved recognition.
The attacker is enjoying the spotlight due to his impressive performances in the Ghana Premier League this season.
WAFA, after a thorough search, identified Torsutsey as the right man to replace top scorer Daniel Lomotey, who left for Algeria.
Torsutsey signed his contract in March, before the start of the second round and after 12 games, he has scored 5 goals and contributed a couple of assists.
However, Torsutsey is not only a footballer, he is military personnel. The task is daunting but Torsutsey has found a way of combining the two.
The 28-year-old shared his story with the 3Sports on this week’s edition of GPL Xpress.