Legendary Black Stars defender PSK Paha has been honored by his former colts club Great Ambassadors.
PSK Paha who is the senior of the Paha brothers, played for the Tema-based colts club in the 70’s before joining Sekondi Hasaacas at a very tender age.
Paha starred for the triumphant Black Stars team in the 1978 AFCON as a right-back and was touted as one the best defenders in Ghana then.
After decades of leaving the colts club, the current management of Great Ambassadors took time to honor their greatest asset at his residence in Takoradi.
A delegation from the Tema-based club which include the son of the Founder of the club (Mr. Dankwah), Paul Dankwah, former goalkeeper Joseph Ayengery, Peter Gabby visited the former Black Stars right-back at his residence on Saturday, June 27, 2020.
They presented to the legendary defender a plaque with the crest of the club and his nickname ‘Double Man’ which was given to him during his days at the club embroidered on it, cloth, champagne among others.
The delegation then requested Isaac Paha, the junior brother to PSK Paha who also played for the team, his permission to use his number 5 jersey which has been reserved since leaving the team in 1970 of which he accepted.
PSK Paha expressed his gratitude to the management of Great Ambassadors for the honor and prayed for the team to move from grace to grace.
Great Ambassadors is currently managed by Hearts of Oak head coach Edward Nii Odoom and has produced great talents like former Black Stars striker Matthew Amoah, George Alhassan, Joe Fameyeh, Seth Wilson a former Hearts Of Oak and Black Stars player among others.
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