Soccer News of Wednesday, 24 July 2013
Source: The Independent
Ghanaian prodigy based in the United States of America, Ryan Asare Bediako, has expressed his desire to play for any of the national teams if he gets the opportunity.
Bediako who plays for Stetson University in the United States has already charmed America with his dazzling skills.
Ryan is currently being chased by the US national team to naturalize for them but has turned down the offer because of his intention to play for his beloved country, Ghana.
The midfielder has speed and ability to posses the ball keeping his opponent in fear. He is also strong on the ball, agile and sharp on the attack. These are but a few qualities that are making the US eager to get his signature.
The 23-year-old is bent on playing for the U-23, Black Meteors and then graduate into the senior side the Black Stars. Bediako has won almost all there is to win in football in the US including the Most Inspiring Award for scoring 23 goals and assisting in four goals.
He also led the team to State Championship where Wharton High School was the top performer. He also won the Offensive MVP award and the second team All-County as a junior.