I Will Work Harder To Become A Black Stars Regular – Razak Braimah
Goalkeeper Razak Braimah insists he has not yet secured a permanent place in the Black Stars team despite making an impressive debut against Turkey.
The CD Guadalajara shot-stopper was solid in the Black Stars post while providing an assist to Asamoah Gyan to get Ghana back into the game in last week’s 2-2 draw in Istanbul.
The former Nania goalkeeper has recieved rave reviews over his performance after coming on to replace Adam Kwarasey in the second half.
Many now believe Braimah has secured a permanent spot in the Black Stars team following his impressive debut.
But the stout goalkeeper is refusing to get carried away by these ascertions and aims to work harder in order to become a Ghana regular.
‘No, I have not secured a permanent place in the team yet,’ he told Peace FM.
‘I have to keep working hard for that to happen.’
Braimah is expected to be part of the Ghana team for next month’s crucial 2014 World Cup qualifier against Zambia.
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