By John Kwesi Arthur
Football Writer, kick442.com-Ghana
The skipper of Ebusua Dwarfs Dennis Nkrumah -Korsah has revealed how helpful the lecturers of the University of Cape Coast were in his footballing career.
Dennis Nkrumah-Korsah who plays as a right-back for Ebusua Dwarfs is a former student of the University of Cape Coast with a degree in Education.
On Darling FM’s Sunday’s Sports Show dubbed, ‘Darling Sports Extra with the captains’, Dennis said things were not easy but the lecturers he had were helpful to him.
“It was not easy combining academic work with football, but I have to thank the lecturers I had. They were helpful to me. Sometimes, they allow me to write quizzes alone after training, or matches. They had time for me. Sometimes, I go to class with my training kits. I sometimes miss classes for training but because of the love they had for me, the difficult level came down.” He said.
He added that time management was also important.
“Even though it was difficult, but it’s up to you also to know how to manage your time because, you will be going for lecturers, training, or matches so, you have to stop needless roaming so that you can have time to rest.” He added.
He further paid a glowing tribute to the former coach of Ebusua Dwarfs who is currently, the head coach of WAFA Dr. Prosper Narteh Ogum for the opportunity he gave him to play for Dwarfs though he was a student.
Dennis Korsah was part of the UCC GUSA team before he joined Ebusua Dwarfs.
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