Following the trails of a father: Samuel Inkoom son's vision on the ball could lift him above his dad's height
By Akyereko Frimpong Manson
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Samuel Inkoom Jnr.’s artistry and vision on the ball provides an eye-catching delight and sets him straight up for battle for a place among the pantheon of greats.
At an unbelievable age of 3, the kid’s ball controlling abilities and flair in display of skills comparable to Barcelona’s Lionel Messi – whose shirt he proudly wears on his morning artistic rehearsal, are enough evidence of his natural talent.
Perhaps too young to enroll in any of Europe’s elite academies and unfavoured by the professionals schedules of his, the little man turns his mother into a trainer every morning at home.
His father’s feat has been excelling at FC Basel where he played in the lucrative Uefa Champions League and looking set to appear in a second World Cup finals with Ghana but the youngster could go far and surpass his father’s feat with the right nurturing of his evident talent.