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Yeboah Amankwah Reveals Why He Signed For Man City

Manchester City youngster, Yeboah Amankwah has revealed why
he joined the team instead of Manchester United.

Speaking in an interview with Melvina Frimpong Manso on
Suncity FM 97.1 in Sunyani, the 17-year-old center back said he wanted to improve
on the technical side of his football.
Yeboah Amankwah who is an indigene of the Brong Ahafo Region
disclosed that it was not easy to finalize his decision to join Manchester City
due to the love he had for Man United.  
“I support Manchester United. It was not easy but I think I made
the right decision because the way Man City play, I think that is where I wanted
to improve more. Man United play good as well…I love both of them but I think
the way Man City is structured, they play passing football and it is more
technical,” he said.
“One day I was a bit sick…I didn’t go to school. My stomach
was hurting. That day I was in bed and I got a phone call.  Saying you can come back to City they wanna
sign you. They will sign you tomorrow or next week if you want. I went to my
Dad and Mum and informed them about the development. At the time I didn’t know
what to do. It took me three to four days to make a decision,” Yeboah Amankwah
revealed how it all started.
“Obviously, my Dad is like a mentor and a Manager. He plays
both roles. I also receive a lot of advice from Rio Ferdinand. He is like a big
brother and a mentor. He is a free person and very friendly,” he said on those
he takes inspiration from.
The young defender added that he looks up to a lot of
footballers but he wants to be himself.
He stressed on how he wants to improve more on his skills
and work hard for the rest of the season and years ahead.
Amankwah who is passionate about football is yet to decide
whether to play his international football for Ghana or England.

Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

I am a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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