Ghanaian winger Yaw Annor has been invited to the Togo national team ahead o the upcoming international friendlies.[ads2]
The former AshantiGold winger has been handed a call-up to the Togo senior national team ahead of Cote d’Ivoire and Equatorial Guinea friendly matches.
Togo will face Cote d’Ivoire on September 24, 2022 in Paris, France before taking on Equatorial Guinea three days later in Morocco capital Casablanca.[ads3]
The mother of the last season’s Ghana Premier League topscorer is a Togolese which makes him eligible to represent the West African county since he has not played for the Ghana senior national team.
The 24-year old was exceptional in the Ghana Premier League last season, bagging 22 goals in 30 matches to win the topscorer award ahead of Asante Kotoko striker Franck Mbella Etouga.[ads4]
His explosive form for AshantiGold attracted huge interest from Egyptian side Ismaily SC who splashed $200,000 for his signature.
Aside AshantiGold SC, Yaw Annor has played for Ghanaian side Bechem United, CF Fuenlabrada and Burgos CF in Spain.
Yaw Annor has become the latest Ghana-born player to switch nationality for Togo after Kennedy Boateng, Emmanuel Hackman and Samuel Asamoah.[ads5]