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Ghana goalkeeper Razak Brimah keeps clean sheet to help Cordoba to another important win

Published on: 19 April 2014
Razak Brimah has been a consistent performer for Cordoba

Ghana goalkeeper Razak Brimah kept a clean sheet while helping Cordoba to another vital win in the Spanish third tier.

Goals from Fran Serrano and Damian handed the Caliphs a 2-0 win away to Lucena which pushes them further away from the relegation zone.

Brimah has started each and every single game for Cordoba since his arrival in January from bankrupt CD Guadalajara.

The 26-year-old has managed to help the side’s revival as they remain consistent with their improvement from their then precarious position in the league.

Jose Antonio Romero’s side were second from bottom at the time of Brimah’s arrival but have now climbed to 11th with just three games to end the season.

The ex Nania FC goalkeeper hopes to catch the eye of Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah with his consistent displays in order to be selected into the Black Stars squad for the 2014 World Cup.


  • benny says:
    April 19, 2014 08:53 pm
    AA has time to go to South Africa to watch Dauda warm bench but can't be bothered to travel to see Braimah who is playing week in out.Only God why he went to South Africa. Braimah is playing in Europe for Gods sake irrespective of the division it is far better than the mediocre league in South Africa where Dauda had got a reputation for warming bench.
  • Genuwine says:
    April 19, 2014 10:38 pm
    @benny a lot of people have been making noise and campaigning for mediocre players to be taken to Brazil, is not time for experiment , I will choice olele over Brimah becos he have the experience and if you feel offended for the words That I chooses, take it easy Brimah will be of Good use in future but not now , Duada will go to the World Cup but he will not man the post for Ghana ,
  • BENNY says:
    April 19, 2014 09:43 pm
    Genuwine you have your opinion but referring anybody with a different view as Hater is not on.The infrastructural set up in spain lowest league and the standard of play is far superior than the mediocre league in south AFRICA and that is a fact. AA going to south Africa is a complete waste.l would rather take OLELE than DAUDA.
  • Genuwine says:
    April 19, 2014 09:25 pm
    Benny do you think the World Cup is child's play , some body playing in division 3 in Spain you want AA should spend tax payers money to monitor him , even though Duada will not be our no 1 in the mundial but he can be a great sub comparing him to Brimah @ least he was the one who qualify us to this World Cup . At least he have some experience . Haters have life , my choice of goal keepers for the tourney are kwaresey, Adams and Duada , case close .
  • Benny says:
    April 20, 2014 12:27 am
    Genuwine,in expressing our opinion,we should not loose sight of the fact that it doesn't matter how much noise we make,the choice of words we use,polite or rude,at the end of the day the only person whose opinion will mater is AA.
  • Dr Who says:
    April 20, 2014 07:47 am
    AA did not go to monitor Dauda alone in South Africa.