Former Ghana Black Stars goalkeeper Fatau Dauda has reiterated that he signed for Ghana Premier League side Legon Cities with intention of aiding them to win trophies and not just making up the numbers.
The ex-Okwawu United and AshantiGold shot-stopper joined the Royals from Nigerian outfit Enyimba FC where he played two seasons.
Dauda coming back to the Ghanaian top-flight have added a huge value to the league as many have urged others to rejoin clubs in the league.
In an interview with on Starr FM, Dauda said he joined the Ghana Premier League side to clinch trophies.
“I joined Legon Cities because I want to win a trophy with them- Fatau Dauda said on Extra-Time on Starr103.5FM.
Legon Cities were 15th on the Ghana Premier League log before it was suspended due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic with 16 points after 15 matches.
Football activities are still on hold after the government of Ghana extended the ban on social gatherings to July 31, 2020.
However, the Ghana Football Association has decided to take a decision on the suspended season on June 30.
By: Gbordzor Promise