Sporting activities News of Tuesday, 4 June 2019
A potential move by Karela United striker, Diawisie Taylor, to possibly Accra Hearts of Oak or Kumasi Asante Kotoko, will be dependent on which club is all set to shell out a lot more, his mentor has hinted.
The two most prestigious golf equipment in the region are keen on strengthening their squad for next year and have Taylor, who is currently the major scorer of the Normalisation Committee Specific Levels of competition, with 9 ambitions, as one of their major targets.
Karela mentor, Johnson Smith, verified to the Graphic Sporting activities that his star ahead was in talks with the two Hearts and Kotoko, and that the Aiynase-primarily based facet would not set impediments in his way if he decides to move.
Nevertheless, the club is identified to make the most of the chance and have mentioned he would be produced only to the best bidder “Diawisie is in talks with both of those Hearts and Kotoko. He informed me that the two groups have contacted him, everyone of the two who is completely ready to pay back massive would have the participant. Having said that, none of them have written to the club formally,” Mentor Smith claimed.
Taylor has scored 9 aims in 14 matches for Karela in the Specific Competitors and will be at the coronary heart of his side’s semi-final clash with Ashantigold at Obuasi on June 16.
Very last season accidents limited his output in the Ghana Premier League as he scored just one purpose in 7 video games. Coach Smith is aware of the player very well and thinks he has a great deal of attributes that could make him a major star in long term.
He coached Taylor at Division One facet Babiani GoldStars two years ago prior to they reunited at Karela, for this reason the coach’s assurance that his player would be an asset for Ghana in foreseeable future.
“I am not stunned about Diawisie’s efficiency in the Unique Competitiveness. He is a unique striker, he understands how to get on gamers, when to shoot and when to area the ball. I am confident he can be Ghana’s hope in the foreseeable future,” noted coach Smith as he extolled his star player’s features