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Ghanaian youth star Shadragh Eghan rejoins FC Twente ahead of resumption of Dutch league

Published on: 05 January 2014
Shadrach Eghan, first from right, training at F C Twente with his club team-mates

By Akyereko Frimpong Manson

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Ghanaian teenager Shadrach Eghan has rejoined Dutch Eredivisie side FC Twente after spending the Christmas holidays in Ghana. 

The 19-year-old reported back on time and joined the Twente first team squad on day at training at the club's training complex in Enschede  as Michel Jansen's men seek to get themselves in shape and keep the pressure on leaders Vitesse Arnhem from their third-place spot.

Eghan has been one of the revelations at Twente this season as he has scored four times in and provided five key assists in 17 Eredivisie games so far this season.

Though the Akosombo-born holds a Ghanaian passport, he is uncapped by the West African country.

Eghan was signed by former England manager Steve McClaren during his tenure as manager at the club.


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  • jj says:
    January 05, 2014 05:17 pm
    I have no idea wht is going on. Why has he not recieved a call up but peoplee like adomah do. He plays first team for twente for flip sake. If he was mixed race or the dutch were going to fight for him he would have bbeen sought after byt the gfa