MEDEAMA SC star Kwasi Donsu eyes playing for Black Stars before retirement

Medeama Sporting Club star Kwasi Donsu has expressed confidence in playing for the Black Stars before he retires from football.

According to the talented midfielder, it will be his biggest regret if he fails to feature for the senior national team and he is working hard to achieve the dream.

Donsu, who has been playing in the Ghana Premier League since 2013 and is a key player for the Black Stars B.

“Personally, what I want to do before I end my career is to play for the Black Stars and also move to Europe.

:I have featured several times for the Black Stars B so my aim now is to break into the national team proper”

“I’m still working hard to get a call-up and I know it will surely happen. But if I’m unable to play for Black Stars and move to Europe I will regret” he said.

The 24-year-old is a two-time Ghanaian FA Cup winner with Medeama.

The versatile midfielder has appeared on the transfer list of Kotoko and Hearts of some time now but he has opted to stay with the Yellow and Mauve side.

Three months ago, Donsu made revelation about playing for any of the two most powerful football clubs in Ghana.

“Every player aims to wear the Kotoko or Hearts jersey. I’m no exception”, the Medeama SC player said in an interview with Akoma FM.

Opening up on his loan stint in the USA with Colorado Springs Switchbacks, Kwasi Donsu revealed why he was not signed permanently at the end of the deal.

“I didn’t fail in the USA during my one year loan. I was sacrificed because of the foreign players quota policy and the fact that the coach who signed me was fired.

“I wasn’t worried when I was warming the bench in the course of the season at Medeama. My trip and return affected me”, he shared.


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