By Michael Auston
Football Writer, kick442.com-Ghana.
Former Sekondi Hasaacas striker, George Ekow Annan has reiterated his desire to play for the Black Stars of Ghana someday in future.
The striker who now plies his trade with Niger side AS Police is very optimistic of his chances and says it will be a dream come through.
The player also revealed that he is aiming higher and hasn’t forgotten to work for a worthwhile investment he can rely on when his footballing career comes to an end.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with Takoradi-based radio ROK FM, George said he; “It is my wish to see myself one day in the national colours and representing my country at all fronts but as I am aiming higher, I know I don’t have to forget to get a property for myself so that I can rely on it when I eventually retire from football”.
George was also not happy with the abrupt end to the Niger football league as his team (AS Police) were in a pole position to qualify for the CAF Confederations cup based on their form in the Niger Challenge Cup.
“My team AS Police was in the semi finals of the Niger Challenge Cup where we believed we were capable of winning to qualify for the CAF Confederations cup to represent Niger next season. But everything happens for a reason, so we will pick up from where we stopped when it safe to play football once again” George Ekow Annan told Kyei Rok FM Takoradi in an interview monitored by kick442.com.
The Black Stars of Ghana under the emblematic coach CK Akonnor has open doors for all Ghanaian footballers around the world who perform well enough to impress the ex Black Stars skipper.
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