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Medeama chief Dr Toni Aubynn hails club's home-grown policy after Kofi Babil's SCR Altach move

Published on: 20 July 2020
Medeama chief Dr Toni Aubynn hails club's home-grown policy after Kofi Babil's SCR Altach move
Medeama board chair Dr Toni Aubynn

Medeama Board Chairman Dr Toni Aubynn hailed the club's homegrown policy after native Nana Kof Babil's sealed a dream move to Austrian side SCR Altach on Monday. 

Babil, 18, has joined the Bundesliga outfit on a one-year deal from the Ghanaian side.

The Austrian league is seen as a perfect platform for the pacy winger to develop and Medeama board chairman Dr Toni Aubynn is delighted with the club's strategy of identifying and developing local talents.

"I am so excited about Nana Kofi's move to Altach in Austria. Nana Kofi is a real local, Tarkwa talent who has been part of Medeama's strategy of identifying and developing local talents," he is quoted by the club's official website.

"Kofi has been a core member among a crop of talented players of our team, banging in the goals and providing "assists." Altach is a great club in Austria and I see a great future for Kofi."

The youngster thrilled Ghanaian fans with his pace and trickery after scoring four goals and providing three assists in 12 appearances.

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