Posted On Thursday, 8th August 2013
Goalkeeper Razak Braimah is overwhelmed with emotions following his debut call up to the Black Stars.
The CD Guadalajara shot-stopper has earned his first ever international call up for next week’s friendly match against Turkey.
The former Nania FC goalkeeper has been a consistent performer in the Spanish second tier – catching the eye of coach Akwasi Appiah in the process.
The 25-year-old counts himself extremely lucky to get his dream call to the Black Stars of which he sounded way to emotional.
“Words alone cannot explain how I feel now,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“First of all am very happy to be called and I thank all those who made it possible for my call up especially to my mum and my to my late uncle coach Kamaru may his sol rest in perfect peace.
“Hopefully this is the beginning of greater things to come.”
Braimah only joined Guadalajara last November but has gone on to command a first team place with the Segunda division side.
His exploits after keeping the post as the first choice goalkeeper has seen him earn a contract extension.