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Prolific English Born Striker Earns Debut Black Stars Callup Ahead of Nigeria Showdown
- Bristol City forward Antoine Semenyo is set to earn his maiden call-up to the senior men's national team
- The red-hot striker has been in tremendous form for the English second tier and his addition will add more bite to the Black Stars' attack
- Ghana will square off against archrivals Nigeria in a titanic cliffhanger which will be staged later in the month
English-born Ghanaian striker Antoine Semenyo has earned a call-up to the Black Stars ahead of the epic encounter against West African neighbours Nigeria.
Semenyo's imperious form since December has seen him involved in the most goals in the English Championship in that period, proceeding to win the Player of the month award in January.
The 22-year-old's renaissance since suffering an injury has courted the interest of the Ghana Football Association.
According to a report filed by renowned sports analyst Bismark Owusu Bempah, affectionately called Ayala, Semenyo is set to earn his maiden call-up to the Black Stars ahead of the FIFA World Cup final eliminator.
Should Semenyo honour the invitation, it would be a massive boost for the Black Stars who are seeking redemption after bowing out of the Africa Cup of Nations in an embarrassing fashion.
Interim Black Stars coach Otto Addo is set to announce his squad in the course of the week for the all-important clash with Nigeria.
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Ghana host Nigeria at the Cape Coast Stadium on March 25 and then the reverse fixture is slated for March 29 at the Moshood Abiola Stadium in Abuja.
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Earlier, Sports Brief reported that English-born Ghanaian attacker Antoine Semenyo has revealed that he was ready to get back to his best after recovering from an injury late last year.
The Bristol City forward has been in top form for the Robins in the English Championship, and he is the player with the most goal contribution in the division since December.
Semenyo who was speaking to Sky Sports revealed confidence has been key to his return to form.