- Black Stars striker Felix Afena- Gyan modeled in the new AS Roma jersey to be used for the 2022/23 season
- The 19-year-old joined other teammates including striker Tammy Abraham as the jerseys were outdoored to their fans
- Felix Afena-Gyan is having a breakthrough season in Italy after getting promotion to the first team late last year
Ghanaian youngster Felix Afena-Gyan joined his AS Roma teammates to unveil their new kits for the 2022/23 season.
The Italian giants outdoored their home kits which is predominantly carmine with a piece of yellow to their fans in spectacular fashion.
In photos posted on social media, the 19-year-old wore the new kits with pride as he took pictures for presentation on their official website.
The jerseys were produced by sports wear giants New Balance.
Other players who took part in the unveiling of the jersey were top marksman Tammy Abraham and Nicolo Zaniolo.
Felix Afena-Gyan is enjoying a breakthrough campaign in Italy after bursting onto the scene late last season, when he made his debut in the game against Cagliari.
He followed a good debut with a magnificent display against Genoa, scoring two goals as Roma defeated their opponents.
The youngster has a chance of winning the Europa Conference League with Roma next week.
Felix Afena-Gyan features as Roma beat Atalanta
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Ghanaian teenager Felix Afena-Gyan made a cameo appearance for AS Roma in their hard-fought victory over Atalanta at the Stadio Olimpico on Saturday.
A Tammy Abraham strike was enough to hand Jose Mourinho's side their second consecutive win in Serie A.
Afena-Gyan started the game from the bench and he was introduced late in the game after he replaced Rick Karsdorp in the 83rd minute.
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The 19-year-old made his long-awaited debut for the Black Stars after he was given a starting role in the attack to help Ghana score and also give the Nigerian backline pressure.
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Source: Sports Brief News