21 August 2017

Scout watch: Dreams FC starlets Muntari Kamaheni sets lofty Black Stars ambitions

Muntari Kamaheni of Dreams FC

Promising Dreams FC defender Muntari Kamaheni has set lofty ambitions of becoming a full Ghana international before hanging up his boots.

Kamaheni, who captains the Dreams FC juvenile side, was one of the club’s top performers in the just ended Great Accra Division 2 despite playing greater part of the season as a left back.

The 17-year-old, who can also operate as left-winger has reiterated his desire to fulfill his dream of donning the Ghana’s senior national team jersey before calling time on his playing career.

He said:”I want to play for the Black Stars, that’s my aim and I think am good enough to do that but I want to take everything step by step. It’s not that I’m in a rush but that’s my humble dream,” Kamaheni told GHANASoccernet.com.

“Obviously if I do well here [Dreams FC], people will recognize my efforts. The coaches are also doing everything possible to help us reach our potential and it will be great if we can repay their hard work.”

“I am aiming to break into the first team next season and hopefully I can kick-start my dream from there.”

Kamaheni registered an incredible 11 assists in 26 matches to help the club finished 9th in their maiden season.



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