Stephen Appiah’s son, Rodney Appiah has received rave reviews from Great Olympics’ dependable right back, Philip Sackey.
Great Olympics handed Rodney Appiah an all important premier league debut against Liberty Professionals at the Accra Sports Stadium in their match day 22 last Sunday.
The 19-year-old son of ex-Black Stars Captain, Stephen Appiah joined the fray in the second half which saw the “Dade Boys” claim all three home points with a 2-0 win.
Olympics goals came from Maxwell Abbey Quaye and Joshua Rhule.
Rodney Appiah joined Great Olympics from second division club, KingStep in the second transfer window after impressing the club’s technical team.
Philip Sackey said of the Italian born midfielder.
“He is good, he is very good.
“But you know because of where he was born [Italy]there is a slight difference in his style of play.
“He just needs to add a little strength if not he is really good.
“He knows what to do with the ball.
“He has a very good technique and when he strikes a shot it is very accurate.” Philip Sackey told Adamu Muftawu.
Rodney Appiah joined Great Olympics alongside Laryea Kingston’s son, Jacob Kingston.
Great Olympics have collected 37 points from 22 matches to stay 3rd on the league table.
The two time Ghana premier league champions will journey to Sogakope as guest of West Africa Football Academy on Friday, May 7.