Mirage Football Academy’s quartet train with Canada and U.S. men’s National teams during Fifa international break

Published on: 19 November 2019

Ghanaian quartet from Mirage Football Academy, had the opportunity to train with Canada and U.S. A senior men’s national teams during the Fifa International break as part of their development.

The players, Prince Owusu Afriyie, Edward Mensah, Eric Danquah and Samuel Odame joyfully trained with the Canadian senior national side and also played a friendly game against the United State of America men’s senior national team where they loss by four goals to nil.

The quartet, all featured for Montverde Academy in Orlando as they were hammered by the The Yanks.

Mirage Football Academy CEO, Sarpong Boateng Okyere expressed delight for his boys and the numerous exposure they have had so far during the international break.

”This is something we have to do in Ghana. We need to give our young players these kind of exposure and opportunities to train and play against our national national side to help boost their confidence and as well encourage them to realise their dreams of becoming future stars,” he told Sportsworldghana.com.

The players also took the opportunity to play against Brazilian Premier League side Flamengo as well as Panama senior national team during the international break.

 

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