Moses Odjer: Ex-Ghana U20 star shines in Catania stalemate at Vicenza

Moses Odjer played for Catania

Moses Odjer played for Catania



By El Akyereko Frimpong 
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Ghana youth international Moses Odjer was in full time action for struggling Catania who managed to squeeze a point from Vicenza after holding them to a 0-0 draw. 

The 18-year-old was handed a starting role by Catania manager Dario Marcolin and his brilliant display in midfield ensured his side won a point from the game.

Odjer, a member of Ghana’s 2013 U20 squad, put up a bravery display but was booked in the 74th minute.

It was his seventh game of the season and fifth start for the former Serie A campaigners who are in the relegation-zone of the Serie B.

While he was playing 90 minutes for Catania, Genoa loanee Moro Al-Hassan who is a Ghanaian defender, was on the Vicenza bench.

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