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Fatau Dauda belives Danlad Ibrahim deserves to be part of Black Stars

Published on: 02 September 2022

Former Ghana goalkeeper Fatau Dauda believes Asante Kotoko's Danlad Ibrahim has earned the right to play for the Black Stars.

Ibrahim, who played a key role in Ghana's U-20 Africa Cup of Nations victory last year, has followed up with impressive performances in Kotoko's title triumph, and he is helping the Black Galaxies in their bid to qualify for the 2023 Africa Nations Championships.

“I know that the goalkeeping department of the Black Stars led by Richard Kingson is working and looking at Danlad Ibrahim," Dauda told Radio Gold.

The former Legon Cities FC goalkeeper added, “If they have to consider any goalkeeper apart from those playing outside the country then it should be Danlad Ibrahim.

“Of course, it’s obvious because he is our Black Galaxies number one and after the Black Stars, the next is the Black Galaxies.”

He however charges Danlad Ibrahim to continue working hard as his call-up to the Black Stars will be dependent on the technical team of the Ghana national team.

“It will depend on what the coaches want from the goalkeeper and that is why I’m advising him on how to play.

“He can be in the team if the coaches want him and I’m very sure that if they can qualify most of the players will be at the World Cup," Fatau Dauda said.

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