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Rajevac reveals reason for big Issahaku call in 2022 World Cup qualifier against Zimbabwe

Abdul Fatawu Issahaku impressed against ZimbabweNew Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac has explained his decision to hand 17-year-old sensation Abdul Fatawu Issahaku a start in their 2022 World Cup qualifying home fixture against Zimbabwe earlier this month. Uncapped before the game, the Liverpool and Sporting Club-linked attacker was unarguably the biggest surprise as Rajevac unveiled his starting XI for the matchday three fixture in Cape Coast. The player, who performs in the Ghana second-tier league for Steadfast and dazzled at the Africa U20 Cup of Nations tournament as a 16-year-old earlier this year, had been called up to consecutive Ghana camps under former coach CK Akonnor but never » Read More

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