Skyy FC defender, Isaac Quagraine has been touted as the next big shot following his swashbuckling performance with the Division One club this season.
The youngster defender’s work rate will be a huge threat as his side take on Hearts of Oak in the quarter-finals of the 2021/22 MTN FA Cup on Wednesday.
The left-back, who turns 21 in December this year, has been a standout performer for the ambitious Ghanaian second-tier this term.
Quagraine has been hugely influential in the roller-coaster run in the Cup Competition this season.
The highly-rated defender joined Skyy FC in 2020 and quickly been hit the ground running for the Daboase-based side since joining from neighbours Sekondi Hasaacas.
The versatile defender made an astonishing 126 appearances for Hasaacas, spanning across four seasons between 2016-2020.
The former Takoradi Technical Institute defender scored 20 goals as a left-back and contributed 12 assists during an impressive and remarkable spell in Gyandu.
He also enjoyed a tremendous short spell at former Ghana Premier League side Prestea Mine Stars where he tallied eight goals and four assists in 12 matches to proper the side’s qualification to the Middle League in the 2015-2016 season.
Isaac Quagraine won SUPER CUP with Skyy FC in 2021 and the stock of the talented defender has risen rapidly, continuing from where he left off since joining Skyy FC, by gaining inches in the media for his sterling performances.
Quagraine remains his usual blend of speed, composure, final product and dazzling footwork, as evidenced by his incredible goal scoring ability and assists in the Ghanaian second-tier.
He has netted four times and provided five assists since joining the Western region-based team in 2020.
The hugely sought after defender has impressed more than any other player since joining Skyy FC.
Four goals and five assists is an exceptional contribution for a full-back and Skyy FC can only hope he stays fit to steer their campaign in the MTN FA Cup.
Quagraine is lightning quick and reads the game well and hugely regarded as one of the finest talents to come from the production hub in the western enclave of Ghana.
The former Aristo Academy youngster is a serious threat going forward. His movement and dribbling are threatening and enviable – meaning defenders often find themselves overwhelmed when he advances.
The Ghanaian is feisty, diligent, great in possession and can cover every blade of grass including being deployed as make-shit centre-back.
Touted as a proper defender, the performance of Isaac Quagraine beats hearts and is seen as the real deal as Skyy FC take on giants Hearts of Oak in an epic FA Cup quarter-final match on Wednesday in Accra.