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Ghanaian kid Dylan Boateng signs for Civitanovese

Published on: 18 July 2012

Italian Serie D side Civitanovese has signed Ghanaian youngster Dylan Boateng.

The 20-year-old is an attacking midfielder who has been a player of Serie B side Brescia.

Civitanovese coach Giovanni Cornacchini said they reached an agreement with Brescia over his transfer after talks for loan deal collapsed.

The Marche-based side have played in the Serie C1 and C2.

Boateng is available for a Ghana Under-20 call-up for the 2013 African Youth Championship qualifiers.



  • Alhaji says:
    July 18, 2012 04:58 pm
    How can a 20-year-old player be described as a kid? Aaba!
  • Kofi says:
    July 18, 2012 08:18 pm
    GNA Should look into egyptian 2nd division side,kwame yinkah born to a ghanaian father and south african mother has been signed to NABAROUH FC in Egypt,the former moroka swallows under 19 player check him here or email e for his facebook acces.he is a a dribbler,christiano ronaldo play,goal scorer,striker please lets take him to ghana before south africa gets him
  • Divaro says:
    July 19, 2012 09:04 am
    Phillbanger or whatever u call urself. What do u mean. That they shd not report on the guy bcos he plays for a division 4 side? U are not serious.
  • Phillbanger says:
    July 18, 2012 04:09 pm
    Come on gsn are guys serius.u had to report on a 4th division much did he pay u guys
  • Akua says:
    May 23, 2014 08:39 pm
    Come on Phiibanger!!!! I think we should promote all our kids especially when they demonstrate such talent no matter their level. Everyone has start at a lower lever before climbing up the latter. Philbanger, what is the comparison of a level 4 player in Ghana compared to a lever 4 player in Italy?? Which level do you play? Would you rather there is new about a Ghanaian kid doing something disgraceful?? "This mentality is why we are still here". Some of us need to grow up!! The fact that we were not promoted and encouraged when were we children does not mean we should do the same to our kids. Countries like the US, Russia ,China and others support their athletes at a very young age and we all know it benefits the entire country in the end. Its shameful that your child pours put their heart to draw what they think is the most beautiful portrait and all you say to them that.."its level 10". The alternate proud parent will praise their child, bring the portrait to work to show friends etc and sometimes even display it. Do you have any idea what this does to a kid? have to read a book by Richard William's book Raising Tennis Aces - The Williams Story (2002). Perhaps to enlighten you a bit....I hope you are already grown in the past 2 year:( Kodoos to all out children in Ghana and around the world- you make us all proud!!