Weekly round-up from blessonemps.com This week’s roundup includes five articles, with Thomas Partey serving as the main focus. Partey’s conversion to Islam, Party’s name change, Augustine Okrah’s black star rejection, Benjamin Afutu’s contract termination, and Kofi Kyereh and Gideon Mensah’s departure from black camp in Japan were all events.
In an interview with Nana Aba Anamoah earlier this week, Thomas Ter partey insisted that he had finally converted to Islam and that it was because he was marrying a Moroccan. He informed the public that he is renaming Thomas “Yakubu.”
The sad and interesting fact was that local Black Stars players refused to play for the national team in order to travel to Japan.
Augustine Okrah, a former Asante Kotoko and current Bechem United player, was turned down by the national team after joining to play for Madagascar and Central African Republic.
The player stated that he wants to assist Bechem United in winning a trophy so that he can play in Africa.
Mostly Benjamin Afutu-Kotey His contract with the Egyptian club, known as the headmaster, was terminated. He was a former Hearts of Oak member. In 2018, he joined the Psiphons from Karela United. During his three-year stay, he won the GPL and the FA Cup.
The club was unable to meet his demands, so he left for the Egyptian club, where he was unable to spend a year. The week’s final featured articles came from Gideon Mensah and Daniel Kofu Kyere, who left camp to pursue new contract offers at their respective club levels.