Daniel Kwaku Amankwah Agyin – Ghana or Belguim?
Young Football talent yet to decide his future.
Daniel Kwaku Amankwah Agyin is given a standing ovation after scoring one of his great goals.
Daniel Kwaku Amankwah Agyin is a budding talent full of energy and luck coming to shake the world of football in the few years to come. Born in Belgum to Ghanaian football lovers and a club owner, King Solomon FC in Accra, Daniel Kwaku is a natural left winger and an attacking midfielder with passion and zeal for goals.
He believes football is all about goals that is why he loves to dribble like Messi and score like C. Ronaldo.
From the fields of Borgerhout, Antwerp in Belgium, he started his ambition to become a footballer at Rochus Deurne from 2005 to 2009 and moved to Royal Antwerp FC where he featured till 2011.He played in the Premier Youth for Waasland- Beveren as a srtiker and netted 12 goals in his first year, 14 goals in the second season and 30 goals in the third season.
He was taken to Sint-niklaas and from 2014 to 2015, he was playing as a left winger and performing wonders on the field with 16 goals to his credit.
Still featuring for youth sides, he went to Konin Klijk Berchem Sport and that is where he is playing currently for the 2015/2016 season.
Daniel Kwaku Amankwah Agyin was scouted by Liersesk and KVC Westerlo both in the Premier Division, and he has been rated as one of the future stars of the game in Europe.
His dad runs a first division side in Ghana and many Ghanaians who love watching foreign based Ghanaians play for the national teams believe he can contribute to the Black Stars who are yet the win the prestigious African Cup for over 30 years. Other relations also feel he should play in Europe because of better conditions and facilities, but Dan is yet to decide.
Yours truly believes he will make the right choice at the right time.
Credit:Sammy Heywood Okine