Ghanaian striker Yaw Annor has recently opened up about his time at Ismaily FC, revealing that the team’s frequent changes in coaches significantly impacted his adaptation to the club.
The talented footballer shared his experiences in an exclusive interview, shedding light on the challenges he faced while striving to find his rhythm amidst a constantly shifting coaching environment.
Speaking to Kumasi based radio station Sikka FM Annor said:
“The main challenge to my adaptation at Ismaily FC was due to the changes (5) of coaches when I arrived,”
Annor is a former youth international for Ghana. He featured for the Ghana national under-17 football team in 2013.
The 23-year-old scored 22 goals in the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League season to win the goal king award after a keen contest with Asante Kotoko forward Frank Etouga Mbella.
The pacy striker signed a five-year deal with the Egyptian top-flight side.
Annor previously had stints in Spain for CF Fuenlabrada and Burgos CF and also won his first silverware with Bechem United in the 2016 MTN FA Cup.