By El Akyereko Frimpong
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Austrian U17 coachÂ Manfred Zsak has described Ghanaian central midfielder Kevin Danso asÂ irreplaceable as he is excelling in the ongoing Uefa U17 Championship in Bulgaria.Â
The towering 16-year-old has been an important cog in Zsak's midfield during qualifiers for the Championship and after stealing the show in the 1-1 draw against Spain in the opening game, the manager has praised the player.
"He spares neither himself nor the opponents. Such players are irreplaceable. One needs a player that goes beyond the pain. If that doesn't go with him, you know that there is a worse problem," he said in an interview with Laola1.at.
Danso started playing as a striker while in England with MK Dons and Reading FC with his Ghanaian parents but joined Augsburg to be converted to a central midfielder and he seems to be excelling.
He confessed it has always been his dream to play for the Central European country.