- LaLiga club Celta Vigo have expressed a heartwarming message to Black Stars defender Joseph Aidoo ahead of Ghana's crucial World Cup play-offs against Nigeria
- Aidoo was snubbed by the Black Stars technical team for the 2021 AFCON held in Cameroon but put the disappointment away to put in showstopping performances for the Spanish outfit
- His performances in the past two months have seen him adjudged as the player of the month for Celta Vigo in two successive months
Spanish top tier side Celta Vigo have wished Ghanaian defender Joseph Aidoo the best of luck as Ghana trade tackles with Nigeria for a slot at the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Aidoo has been a stalwart in defence for Celta Vigo since the start of the year and will be expected to transfer his purple patch form for the Sky Blues to the Black Stars.
The 26-year-old has turned what was supposed to be a discouraging start of the year into a transformational 2022 after capping back-to-back Player of the month awards with a return to the Black Stars.
In a post on Twitter, spotted by Sports Brief, the Sky Blues sent well wishes to Aidoo as he seeks to aid Ghana to reach a fourth appearance at the World Cup at the expense of Nigeria
Ghana defender wins back-to-back player of the month at Celta Vigo
Ghana international Joseph Aidoo has won the Celta Vigo Player of the Month for the second time running this year following his outstanding display in the Spanish La Liga.
The 27-year-old was in swashbuckling form for the club in the month of February, as Celta Vigo conceded only three goals.
The club announced the Ghana international as their player of the month on their official website, gaining the most votes from fans.
Black Stars hold first training session in Kumasi
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that the senior national team of Ghana, the Black Stars, held their first training session in Kumasi ahead of their monumental World Cup play-off against Nigeria.
The team led by coach Otto Addo arrived in Kumasi on Tuesday afternoon and wasted no time training a few hours later as preparations continue for the big game.
In photos posted on Twitter, spotted by Sports Brief, the players took to Baba Yara Stadium for the first time in five years, with their last appearance at the stadium coming against Congo on September 1, 2017.