One of Ghana’s promising FIFA Intermediaries Adom-Abass Mustapha has secured a deal with Accra Great Olympics for talented midfielder Emmanuel Gyimah.
The former Liberty Professionals winger had his promising football career truncated due to injuries.
After unsuccessful attempts to redefine his career with a few Italian clubs, Mustapha veered into the field of intermediary and so soon, he’s been gaining recognition by several clubs both locally and abroad.
With eye for gold, the promising intermediary who doubles as a scout has identified young Gyimah from Wa where the talented youngster was spotted on a scouting expedition.
Gyimah who played for Sore Nante Academy was spotted by Mustapha while he was in Wa scouting for the next big thing for Ghana football.
The younger is a graduate of Antoa Senior High School where he was an active member of the school team.
Gyimah, a talented midfielder, plays comfortably with both legs and has the ability to take on defenders.
His creativity and versatility in midfield make him a delight to watch.
To Mustapha, Gyimah was a player he did not need to watch twice before picking.
“He’s an amazing midfielder. Very creative and intelligent. He delighted me with his touches, movements and creativity. I’m happy he’s signed for Great Olympics,” Mustapha told footballmadeinghana.
Gyimah signed a year deal with the Dade Boys.