Al Khartoum coach Kwasi Appiah has showered praises on Ghanaian youngster Nelson Azagladza for his exploits in Sudan.
The 21-year-old who plays for Al Hilal is hitting the headlines again for racking up two back-to-back Man-of-the-Match awards in the Sudanese top flight.
Azagladza, a former star in the Ghanaian third tier is the reigning MVP of the Sudanese league and is already serving notice of his eagerness to maintain the accolade this term.
Former Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah who is now coaching in Sudan wants more focus on the young Ghanaian after describing him as ‘a potential’ for the nation.
“He is a very talented player and doing so well in the Sudanese League,” the former Black Stars coach said.
“I think he is a huge potential for Ghana. I have watched him several times and I must confess he is doing very well in the League.”
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