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Jordan Amissah: Sheffield United’s Ghanaian goalkeeper eyeing Black Stars call-up

Highly-rated Sheffield United U23 goalkeeper Jordan Yamoah Amissah is already eyeing a call-up to the Black Stars following his tremendous outing for the “Blades”.

The lanky goalkeeper who stands at 1.97 meters tall is currently in the books of the Championship side and is being tipped by many to be the next Aaron Ramsdale for the club.

 

Amissah, in an interview, said he has high ambitions to play for his fathers homeland Ghana which has become a more realistic option after Black Stars coach Milovan Rajevac handed Jojo Wollacott his first debut against Zimbabwe.

“My dream is to feature for the Black Stars in the near future that is why I keep working hard at club level to get the attention of the gaffer.

“Seeing Jojo Wollacott get the nod to feature for the Black Stars gives me more hope that my time to represent my country is near,” he sawas playing at the time

 

Amissah was part of the initial Black Satellites squad that featured at the U20 World Cup in Poland in 2019 but missed out on the final squad for the tournament.

Amissah a graduate of Schalke 04 and Borussia Dortmund has enjoyed a good development in German football.

He started his career at VFL Bochum at the age of six and after his one- year spell at VFL Bochum he moved to Schalke 04, a club known for producing one of the best goal keepers in the world, Manuel Neuer who plays for Bayern Munich.

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