Black stars Utility and resolute defender Joseph Attamah Larweh has sent a strong warning to the Carthage Eagles of Tunisia ahead of Monday’s clash of the Titans at the Ismaïlia Stadium which is anticipated to have a Ghanaian dominance from spectators perspective.
The 24 year old Istanbul Basaksejih F.K. Robust defender in an interview with gbcghanaonline says he is very ready when giving the opportunity by coach Kwesi Appiah to show his talent and defend the flag of his country Ghana.
“I am not worried about playing or not even though it’s every players dream to be part of the starting XI, I am taking my training very seriously I can be called upon at anytime and as versatile as I am I can play in so many positions”.
Adding that: “Tunisia are a very difficult side in this competition (Afcon 2019) but they can’t escape they will definitely go down.”
Born and raised in the harbor city Tema, Attamah Larweh started his club football with Tema youth making fifteen appearances before moving on to Adana Demirspor and Istanbul basaksehir FK in the Turkish league he also played nine times for Ghana U-20 side and found the back of the net once.
Black stars had their conference at the Ismaïlia Stadium today, (Sunday) ahead of tomorrow’s game against Tunisia in attendance were coach James Akwesi Appiah and defender Jonathan Mensah who is passed fit for the game after recovering from an injury he sustained in the Stars second match against Cameroon.
The Black Stars will now play Tunisia in the Last 16 stage on Monday, July 8, at the Ismaïlia Stadium.
Kick off is at 7pm Ghana time.
Story filed by Jacob Narh Nortah