A player to watch in the COESA games.

A player to watch in the COESA games

Name: Amankwa Rayford
Date of birth: 1st May 2006 (16 years)
Position: Center Forward
Current Club: River Plate Athletic Club, Kumasi, Ashanti Region

Why Amankwa Rayford is a player to watch?
Rayford is known for entertaining spectators whenever he is on the ball. His tackles, ball control, dribbling skills, ability and agility, speed, and accurate passes are such a delight to watch. A natural playmaker. The skillful ball control and how he easily dribbles past his opponents earned him the nickname B3died3 (come and enjoy). Truly, in this intercollegiate, he has something for spectators to enjoy.

Nothing kills him like getting the ball on the touchline and hearing the fans shouting “B3DIED3!” That means the opponents are in trouble, those who like to eat the grass are going to compete with the cows, and for those who feel like sitting, he will prepare a comfortable sofa for them. Always calm on the ball with tailor-measured and calculated passes. No wonder he studied Business in Senior High school (OKESS). He scored 4 goals and provided an assist in a friendly game last Saturday.

WHO WINS THE BRAGGING RIGHT IN THIS YEAR’S INTERCOLLEGIATE?

A captain for River Plate Athletic Club U17 (SECOND DIVISION AT KUMASI). He plays for the senior team as well. Rayford ever featured in the MTN FA cup. He ever played with Richard Boadu Agadas (Asante Kotoko), Benjamin Tweneboah (Aduana stars) Samuel Moya (formal King Faisal player), and Frank Asamoah Jnr (Chipsah FC).

Currently, he is pursuing a Bachelor of Education in English and Ghanaian Language at Dambai College of Education. He is Bosumpra Hall sports prefect.
In this year’s COESA game, B3died3 is hoping to entertain his fans and also get the opportunity to play for any of the national teams either U17, U20, or get a good offer outside the country. A player to watch in the COESA games is Amankwa Rayford A.K.A B3died3.

By Joshua Amanor

Google certified project manager, professional teacher in the making and cross country, 5000m and 1500m Athlete.

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