By Ameenu Shardow GHANAsoccernet.com was privileged to have an extensive interview with 2009 Swiss U17 World Cup winner, Kofi Ntiamoah Nimeley. The 19-year-old who currently plays in the youth team of Swiss giants FC Basel has decided to play his international football for Ghana. The left-footed utility player is currently in Ghana on brief holidays due to the winter break in Switzerland. And GHANAsoccernet.com got a rare chance to meet the player who is termed the â€˜Offei Dodoo rebornâ€™ derived from his uncle and former footballer Offei Dodoo and the rest of his family. Who is Kofi Ntiamoah Nimeley? Well, my name you already know. I was born in Ghana, grew up in Abeka and later moved to Dome Pillar 2. I am the single child of my parents but have a lot of cousins and they are like my brothers and sisters. I was first at Minspar before I went to primary school at Achimota then I left at age six to go live with my dad in Switzerland. Why upon all the professions in the world, you chose football? I am from a football background so through a lot of influences from my uncles and my parents I decided to go into football.