Former Enyimba star appointed Ghana goalkeeper trainer

Former Enyimba shot stopper, Fatawu Dauda has been appointed goalkeepers’ coach of the Ghanaian national team, DAILY POST reports.

Dauda’s appointment was announced on the official website of the Ghana Football Association.

The 38-year-old is part of the new Black Stars coaching crew.

Former midfielder, Otto Addo will serve as the new head coach, while Joseph Laumann and John Paintsil will be his assistants.

Dauda spent three seasons with Enyimba winning the Nigeria Premier Football League title with the Aba giants in 2019.

He was capped 26 times by Ghana.

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