Oliver Arthur hails 3 players in Black Stars squad

Oliver Arthur Players Oliver Arthur and his players in combined photo

Sat, 29 Aug 2015 Source: allsports.com.gh

Ghana's 'super agent,' Oliver Arthur has expressed excitement over the call-up of three players under his Arthur Legacy Sports company into the national team and has hailed the hard work of the trio in realising what was a dream in such a short time.

Torino's Afriyie Acquah, Richmond Boakye Yiadom of Atalanta and new Bologna recruit, Godfred Donsah have all been named by Ghana coach, Avram Grant in the Black Stars 24-man squad for next weekend's 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Rwanda.

Agent Arthur whose outfit are still working hard to give more young players opportunities to develop and churn out successful football careers, has exclusively revealed to Allsports.com.gh about his surprise at the early success just seven years into their operation.

"To have three players in the national team, I must confess I didn't expect these results this quickly. I am very happy and I think that the boys have done a good job, worked harder to get to this stage within a short period of time," Oliver Arthur said via phone from his Italy base.

Aside the Black Stars trio who all play in the Italian Serie A, Arthur Legacy can also boast a host of talented Ghanaian players on their books who are also playing in Europe including Bright Addae (Ascoli, Italy), Evans Osei (Torino, Italy), Eric Warden (Olympiakos Volos, Greece), Salifu Alimeyaw (Latina, Italy), Hans Sarpei Nunoo (Hellas Verona, Italy), Dennis Kusi (Rimini, Italy), Augustine Okrah (Al Merreikh, Sudan) and many others who are on trials.

play Eric Warden - another of Arthur Legacy players who just signed for Greek side, Olympiakos Volos But Oliver Arthur and his able lieutenants are not resting yet.

"We are still working on a lot of young boys coming up and we know that in the future, a lot more good players will emerge. We are just asking of God's guidance and strength to continue the good work to produce more players," the renowned football agent said.

"Our dream is that a lot of these young boys will end up in the national team and help the country's football develop and win more laurels," Oliver Arthur hopes.

Source: allsports.com.gh