Ghana Premier League returnees Ebusua Dwarfs have completed the signing of goalkeeper Frank Andoh from Inter Allies on a long-term contract for an undisclosed fee.
The 26-year-old joined Dwarfs on trial in December and his consistent performance impressed coach J.E Sarpong, who recommended that he should be signed.
Despite being reduced to a bit-part role last season in Allies’ campaign, Andoh still showed his goalkeeping prowess in the cup games he played. His departure was imminent as Allies acquired the services of former Heart of Lions shot-stopper Kwame Baah to provide cover for Osei Kwame, relegating him third choice.
Andoh admits he is lucky to have the opportunity to play for Dwarfs but insists he will excel if given the chance to keep the post.
“It is a new challenge for me to prove to everyone that I’m still good to keep the post aside the luck to join the club,” Andoh told Goal.
“I strongly believe that this opportunity can take me to places if only I’m serious and I will do everything in my capacity not to let those who had faith in me down. I thank everyone at Dwarfs for their roles to make this happen,” he added.
Andoh has previously had stints with AshantiGold, Kessben FC (now Medeama SC) and Tudu Mighty Jets.
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