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Not All Good Players In The Ghana Premier League Can Make A Mark At Black Stars – Mohammed Gargo



Former Ghanaian International, Mohammed Gargo believes not all good players in the Ghana Premier League came perform after getting the opportunity to play for senior national team of Ghana.

He made this comment after Gold Stars striker, Abednego Tetteh, who happens to be the leading goalscorer in the Ghana Premier League failed to make the final 24-man Black Stars squad for the matchday five game against Madagascar in the 2023 African Cup Of Nations qualification match which will be played later this month.

Abednego Tetteh has scored 16 goals in 27 appearances, more than all four Black Stars strikers, Andre Dede Ayew, Inaki Williams, Jordans and Kwasi Okyere-Wreidt, who have all been invited by Chris Houghton to play in the upcoming AfCON qualifiers.

Explaining further, Mohammed Gargo said the local scene is not like the International scene adding that wearing the national team is not an easy thing at all.

Furthermore, he stated that not every player can be good on both the local and international level because on the international front, there is demand for utmost commitment as compared to the local level.

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