By Ameenu Shardow
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Agent Keith Sharpe is predicting greater things for Ghanaian youngster Divine Naah who made his debut in the Dutch top flight for NAC Breda over the weekend.
The 18-year-old Manchester City loanee came on in the 63 rd minute as a replacement for Belgian defender Gill Todor Swerts in his first game for the Yellow Army .
Naah, a product of Ghana’s Right to Dream Academy, joined Breda during the winter transfer period after leaving Stromsgodset where he spent last season with the Norwegian giants also on loan.
It was the first time Naah was enjoying competitive first team action for Breda since his arrival, he had sat on the bench in Breda’s previous league matches.
There is much talk about the qualities of the youngster which led to Manchester City offering him a deal at a tender age but has yet to get a real chance with the English giants.
His agent Keith Sharpe however expects the youngster to achieve greater heights having slotted in well at the Dutch club.
“Divine is a very accomplished player and has many strengths to his game – he has fantastic footwork, he is very skilful and scores great goals,” Sharpe told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“He is focused on training hard and playing well. If he does that, he will do very well in Holland, the level is high, but he has really fitted in well to the team.
“The coaches are happy and excited about his prospect.”
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