Striker Opoku Agyeman wants fresh chance under Kwesi Appiah

Published on: 11 April 2012

By Patrick Akoto

Qatar-based striker Opoku Agyeman is hoping to revive his international career under new boss Kwesi Appiah.

The 22-year who is currently on loan at Qatari side Al-Ahly Doha has not played for the Black Stars since the 2012 nation’s cup qualifier against Congo in Kumasi on June 3 last year.

He missed the qualifiers for the 2010 World Cup and the run-in to the 2012 African Cup of Nations but the ex-Under-17 star has set his eyes on grabbing an international lifeline under the former Black Stars skipper.

“Who knows, possibly the new coach will want to give me another chance which I hope to grab with both hands to state my case that I’m back to my former form,” Agyeman said

“That is the opportunity I am looking for to make a return to the senior national team.

“Hopefully my prayers will be answered in the coming weeks.

“It was never easy for sitting out in the stands for that lengthy period. But thank God I’m finally back and the big dream now is to return to the Black Stars,”

Opoku was a member of the Black Stars squad that won silver at the 2010 African Cup of Nations in Angola under Milovan Rajevac.

He was also a member of the Black Satellites squad that won Africa’s first ever gold medal at the World Under-20 Championship in Egypt 2009.


  • Chu
    says: 7 years ago
    Boy,you have a perculiar style that enables only coaches interested in it to engage you. as young as you are, learn
  • kofi
    says: 7 years ago
    I beg jst stay at ur Qatar there, now ur serbian coach is not around that gidi gidi ball u de play. I beg.... I beg... I beg
  • OBED
    says: 7 years ago
    yep boy, u indeed a chance.and i wish k.A gives u dat chance. U aa one gr8 workaholic.
  • boss
    says: 7 years ago
    dis guy b some yawa player
  • junior
    says: 7 years ago
    oboy don't worry yr chance will come.
  • Isaac
    says: 7 years ago
    Essien will scroe a goal in their game.
  • He-goat
    says: 7 years ago
    This is one player I admire. He plays "forward ever" football like Laryea Kingston. He faces the oponent squarely and beat you neatly like Ronaldo. Infact he is bold. I hope the coach would give him a chance not all these kpalongo dancing players who dance for girls even when they score from the penalty spot. Opoku Agyemang has business-like approach to football. Like I said I admire Laryea Kingston despite the fact he is quick to slap. He is my type of modern day footballer the only thing is that coaches should dine with him with a long spoon lest he slaps them.