Black Stars of Ghana shot stopper, Razak Braimah has stated that he has greatly improved as a goalkeeper under the supervision of Black Stars goalkeeper’s trainer, Nasamu Mohammed.
Razak Braimah is the now the first choice goalkeeper for Ghana after displacing Fatau Dauda. Braimah was one of the revelations in Ghana’s set up during the 2015 AFCON tourney which the West African side placed second after losing on penalties to Ivory Coast.
But Razak Braimah who has capped 10 times for Ghana believes that he is now a better goalkeeper under the supervision of Nasamu Mohammed.
“Coach Nasamu has good quality and I have improved a lot under him because he always gives us good training and playing a lot of games at club level also helps; I think I have changed a lot so I hope for more,” he said.
“Nasamu is perfect for the national team, he is doing a good job and like I keep on saying everyone has his opinion with respect to Nasamu’s quality but for me I’m okay with him and he is doing a good job so we should keep working hard and go forward,” Razak Braimah told Metro TV.
Braimah is now a free agent after rejecting a contract extension from Mirandes.