Monrovia Academy co-founder and football director Sekou Manubah has hailed the performance of two Liberian youngsters who are on trial with Right To Dream Academy, hoping they seal a deal with the Ghanaian side.
The two, Emmanuel Sieh and Simeon Quaye have been in Ghana for a three-week education, football training, and residential life program, and Manubah believes they are performing to expectation.
“Quaye and Sieh showed class performance during their first test match and the Scottish Technical Director was impressed; we look forward to seeing more,” he the Liberian Observer..
Quaye, 11, came off the bench in his first match and scored a brace in the Right To Dream Academy’s 5-3 win against their opponents, while 13-year-old Sieh kept troubling his opponents’ defense with his skills to provide an a assist for one of the goals.
Manubah is confident that the performance of the two players will earn them selection into the Right to Dream Academy.
The duo left Liberia on Tuesday, February 6 along with Director Manubah.
They were spotted by a Right to Dream scout who attended the international youth tournament held in Abidjan, Ivory Coast.
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