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Striker Gilbert Fiamenyo coy on future

Published on: 17 August 2011

By Ameenu Shardow

Heart of Lions striker Gilbert Fiamenyo is keeping numb on where he would be playing his club football next season.

The 19-year-old is waiting to heal completely from a hip injury sustained at the national U-23 camp before making a firm decision on his next move.

"I still have a contract with Heart of Lions but nothing is certain at this point," he told

"Several offers have been made both local and foreign but I will have to heal from this injury and also will depend on Lions with whom I have a contract with."

The striker recently tried out at Swedish club Djurgårdens IF but has since failed to land a permanent deal.


This article has 4 comment(s), give your comment
  • Gezenge says:
    August 17, 2011 09:44 am
    Ar u p'ple saying diz guy is 19 yrs.
  • amofa says:
    August 17, 2011 01:54 pm
    aaa ha ba 19 years diee aden? massa a footballer myself but this one dea......we dey beg we all want contracts but ..massa oyibo no be mugu
  • Fifa 1 says:
    August 17, 2011 03:13 pm
    my bro na waaoo,19 years indeed,ha ha ha ha stop the age cheating that is why our players always retire early than their normal retirement age.Are we still not learning from Andrew Ayew's development?look at him now and compare him to some of the guys who cheated in the age.
  • Adahunzu says:
    August 17, 2011 04:24 pm
    This is a serious subject for Ghana Soccer. It has to be stoped. THe irony is there are young players who can play better than these (football sge)players if they were groomed right. The coaching system is one of the many factors to this. People cheat because we have a silent system. do not tell on your friend, that is very bad. These guys, even if they forge their birth certificates, have school records.they have school mates and teachers. The ministry of education shoulkd have their examination details. Theyhave their early medical reports, Computerized or not. Everyone is to blame for this. Ths is why our youth program suffered serious losses this 2010/2011 international attempts. It is a crime which no one wants to police becauseit supposedly helps the country. No it does not. If foreign countries can play with the right age players so can we if not we should not even think to call ourselves champions when we all know we cheated. Then there is the issue of the chance that should have gone to a good player who was the right age. that player has a family too his brothers and sisters and parents also want him to be given a chance. If we do not face the truth one day this thing is going to blow up in our faces and our FA will be banned for some years. People are getting to know about it now. When they say Ghana has the youngest team in any tournament I cringe. You all know that is a lie. Stand up for something that is right.