Samuel Sarfo

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Samuel Sarfo

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Sarfo stays on energetic responsibility and in addition performs within the native league

A Ghanaian policeman who had been a safety guard for the nationwide soccer staff has instructed the BBC that making his worldwide debut was “a dream come true”.

Samuel Sarfo made his debut for the Black Stars on Saturday, approaching in its place in Ghana’s 2-1 defeat by the USA.

The 26-year-old performed as a central defender within the pleasant match.

Sarfo instructed the BBC that he desires to show skilled.

Regardless of taking part in for the nationwide staff, he stays on energetic responsibility and in addition performs for Liberty Professionals within the native league the place he’s the captain.

He instructed BBC’s Sport Nishat Ladha that he grew up with a lot of the gamers within the nationwide staff and that they’d been supporting him, particularly staff captain Asamoah Gyan who instructed him to proceed working laborious.

He stated he was dwelling his dream taking part in for the nationwide staff:

“It was a dream come true. That’s the dream of each younger chap rising up in Ghana to don the nationwide colors”.

He stated that midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu, with whom he was pictured with whereas he was carrying his police uniform and who was not chosen for the match in opposition to the USA, had been supportive of him.

He says that he desires to play professionally as a result of the world must see what “Samuel Sarfo is product of”.

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Sarfo ( left) with Black Stars midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu