Former U-20 FIFA World Cup winner Bright Addae has dedicated his first goal for Juve Stabia to the Chairman of Afro-Arab Group of Companies, Alhaji Salamu Amadu.
Addae netted first maiden goal for Juve Stabia as they rallied from two goals down to beat Chievo Verona 3-2 in the Italian Serie B on Friday.
Speaking after the match, the 26-year-old dedicated the goal to Afro-Arab chief, Alhaji Amadu, for his service to the game in his native country, Ghana.
"We thank God for this win and I dedicated the goal I scored to a brother, friend, advisor and mentor who owns the Afro-Arab group in my mother Ghana called Alhaji Salamu Amadu.”
Chairman Salamu has built a multi purpose sports arena to inspire the youth in a community called Nima in Accra, Ghana.
Alhaji Salamu pledged his unflinching support to the Bright Addae foundation when the versatile enforcer together with his local manager Dickson Boadi paid a courtesy call on him at his office to show love to the needy across Africa.
The goal took the wind out of Chievo’s sail and forward Francesco put the away team on level pegging with fourteen minutes to end proceedings from the penalty spot.
Just when it looked like the dust was settling and the results was ending in a draw, Juve Stabia stabbed Chievo in the heart with a late penalty to clinch their first win in three games.
Addae enjoyed the full duration of the 90 minutes as his side ended their two game losing streak.
Juve Stabia sit 17th on the log with 17 points after 16 round of games.