”Player labelling” reached its peak level at the start of the last season’s Ghana Premier League although soccer-loving fans have loved it and lived with it from time immemorial. ”Ahinsan Sadio Mane”,” Sunyani Neymar”,” Chorkor Mbappe” and ”Aveyime Drogba” are empirical evidence. But guess what?
Upon reflection of it dying down, a resurrection punch and the latest in town, ”Elubo Cesc Fabregas” has set the tone once again. Born Francis Quaicoe, he idolizes Spaniard international and former Arsenal, Barcelona and Chelsea midfield ace, Cesc Fabregas: The inspiration behind his moniker(Elubo Cesc Fabregas) and love for the jersey number four.
He currently plays for Uriel FC – a division two side located in the Western Region. His recent U-20 call-up has motivated him a lot as he believes his dream of playing for Accra Hearts of Oak and Bayern Munich is on course. ”Winning the Ballo d’Or or The Best FIFA Men’s Player Award won’t be easy but in case I earn a nomination, it will be a win for me”, he told Ghanasportspage.com.
”I want to win the World Cup with the Black Stars”- he added passionately as a sense of nationalism could be detected through his speech in the interview.
Story by: Nyarko-Boateng Emmanuel (King Kooemma)
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