Young attacking midfielder Emmanuel Yeboah is the new kid weaving magic at Medeama in his debut season.
At just 18, the hugely talented midfielder has been labelled the ‘Tarkwa Messi’.
Yeboah, who joined the twice FA Cup holders from third-tier side Madina Miracles, has impressed with his reactions, athleticism and versatility.
He has been at the heart of coach Tom Strand’s strategic game-changing philosophy, dishing out fabolous display in the CAF Confederation Cup two-legged ties against Al Ittihad.
His introduction in the second half during the first leg tie in Tunisia, brought balance and stability in the team as they lost 1-0 in Sfax.
The youngster has never looked back following his stellar display by putting up another matchless performance against the North African side at the Essipong stadium in Sekondi on Sunday.
A real genius and talent football hack in the making, Yeboah has shown he has power, pace, endurance and sublime skills to make defenders sweat.
An attacking minded chap, the youngster is extremely difficult to dispossess of the ball and could become the next big thing if he keeps his eyes on the ball.
At just a young age, he has earned massive plaudits from coaches, colleagues and fans for his fine displays amid his calm demeanour and humbleness.
He is the latest dangerman trying to take Medeama to the next level of continental football.
His development has been smooth and silky as he has shown promising glimpses of a talent about to explode.
Possessing a fine first touch, low centre of gravity, bags of skills and an accurate finish, he has already endeared himself to football fans in Tarkwa.