Football events have completely been stalled in Ghana due to suspension incurred by the Ghana Football Association in plight of the coronavirus outbreak.
But there still remain some level of football related activities among some Ghanaian footballers. One of them is former Ghana U-20 International Kingsley Fobi who took a Q&A session on his twitter account.
Through the session, it is now revealed that Fobi who has represented Ghana in so many competitions support Asante Kotoko and would want to play for the Ghana Premier League record holders before he retires.
This emerged when one supporter asked the right back which club he support in Ghana.
The Ghanaian International replied, “I remember my dad telling me not to play for any club apart from Kotoko lol. The love my dad had for them was crazy. I would love to play for them someday before I retire”.
Kingsley Fobi played for Right to Dream Football Club in Ghana before joining Udinese Calcio youth side in January 2016. He currently plays for Club Deportivo Badajoz on loan from Watford U-23, and has made five appearances for the Spanish Lower side this season.
At national level, Fobi has represented Ghana at the U-20 and U-23 levels. He was a member of the Black Meteors squad that recently missed out on qualification to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. He is yet to get an invite into the senior national football team.