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Ghanaian tier side confirms Danish giants acquisition of duo Ebenezer Adade and Francis Agoanyah on a season long-loan for the remainder of the season.
The duo who jetted into Denmark last week Thursday had move finalised back in the summer transfer window but was denied the move due to documentation issues.
Ebenezer Adade is a right-back and also suits perfectly in a wing-back formation is known for his overlapping skills, baste of pace, aggressive and tiredless stamina. Physically strong, Adade is also gifted with good crossing and distribution abilities with makes him effective in the attacking wise hence his making of most assists from the right flank during matches. Scoring and ability to shoot long-ranged free-kicks is also another feature of Adade who is physically strong in nature and has a good performance-rate on the field of play.
Ebenezer Adade played an instrumental role in the 2018, when coach Karim Zito’s U17 emerged second in the WAFU Zone B U17 qualifiers.
Francis Agoanyah is a modern commanding defender on the other hand, who possess a good tackling ability, passing techique and aerial ball abilities due to his physical height. He also plays in a defensive midfielder role whenever he is called upon and uses is height as an advantage to pose threat in attacking wise.
Both players join the likes of Emmanuel Toku, Martin and Bio who also plied their trade with Cheetah FC before securing moves to Fremad Amager.
Francis Agoanyah and Ebenezer Adade will look to work hard to earn them a permanent contract with Fremad Amager.