UK-based Ghanaian striker, Roscoe Niiquaye Dsane, says he could be the solution to the goal-scoring challenge which confronts the Black Stars.
Dsane, 26, who plies his trade with English side, AFC Wimbledon, told the Graphic Sports last week that he wanted to play for the Black Stars.
According to Dsane he received an invitation letter to play for the Black Stars when he was with Aldershot Town.
“I replied and confirmed my acceptance but didn't hear anything from the GFA afterwards,” he revealed.
The Ghanaian-born striker told this paper that he was very confident he could get the job done since he had recorded at least 20 goals a season for all clubs he had played for over the years.
His professional career began with Crystal Palace where he played for four years, after which he joined Southend. After that he joined Aldershot Town where he scored 30 goals in 57 appearances.
Over there he captained the England semi-professional side alongside Black Stars striker Junior Agogo who is currently playing for Nottingham Forrest.
Dsane who last visited Ghana seven years ago said he was back home to visit his father and also make the neccessary contacts for a possible invitation to the national team.
“I am not making my intentions known because the Black Stars are at their peak. I was more than willing three years ago when I had the invitation, and even then Ghana was not this popular all over the world,” he said.
About his thoughts on Ghana's prospects at the 2008 Nations Cup, Dsane said with the trend of good performances Ghana could annex the trophy.
Story by Nathaniel Attoh