It is every footballer’s target and dream to play to the highest level notwithstanding where he starts his career from.
One dream we can not go without talking about is Kamal Sowah’s rise from the Zongo to playing in the UEFA Champions League for Belgium top flight side, Club Brugge.
The 21-year-old Sowah rose from the Right to Dream Academy in Ghana before English club, Leicester City snapped him up after a successful trial.
He was shipped on loan to OH Leuven in Belgium for more playing time after struggles to pick a regular shirt at Leicester.
One player whose dream is to rise to the highest level of his career like Kamal Sowah or better, is central defender, Abasa Aremeyaw.
The 18-year-old plays his football for the team B side of Slovakian club, MSK Zilina after gaining promotion from the youth ranks.
The sturdy centre back has been talking about career challenges and set target.
“I have not faced any challenge at the moment [as a footballer].
“However, the target I have set for myself is to get to the highest level.
“Failure to play to the highest level [in my career]will be my biggest challenge [as a footballer].
“I want to play to the highest level, play for bigger clubs and that will be a worry if I don’t attain that level.
“For now I have no setbacks or whatsoever.”
“I love football and that is the career I want to take far in life.” Abasa Aremeyaw told KFM TV.
Abasa, who joined from Zilina Accra, Ghana has made just two appearances for MSK Zilina senior side with no assists and goals scored.
He has previously featured for the U-19 side in a UEFA Youth League game.