Clottey hopes for Flames defeat
Black Stars’ new kid on the block Emmanuel Atukwei Clottey is optimistic that he can help Ghana qualify for next year’s Africa Cup Of Nations in South Africa.
Ghana carry a 2-0 lead going into the return leg against Malawi in Lilongwe this weekend.
The former Berekum Chelsea Star who just two months ago joined Tunisian side Esperance Sportive De Tunis in a deal reported to be close to $1.5 million is considered as the next star to emerge in the star studded team.
"I always thank God for every opportunity and I believe nothing is impossible as long as you work hard. Malawi is a good side that we respect a lot but at this moment we are looking at possible ways to ensure we get all the three points."
"We have very good players in our team and it is always the prayer of every player to be given a chance and I believe I cannot disappoint since my job is to score goals," Clottey told supersport.com.
Clottey finished as the top scorer in 2007 for Berekum Chelsea and was a star attraction in the 2012 Caf champions League.