Kofi Kyereh has already achieved his dream of playing for the Ghana Black Stars by traveling from a small German village to a FIFA World Cup arena in Qatar. But now that he’s realized his ambition, he realizes there’s more to it than he first thought. The support from Ghana and Germany has been overwhelming, and while he is appreciative for the experience, he is even more driven to do everything in his power for the Black Stars of Ghana
Growing up in the German village of Braunschweig Football was Daniel-Kofi Kyereh’s first sport, and he also excelled in athletics. His interests were those. Both activities made him happy, and he was having a good time.
Schedules were being affected by the fact that his mother had to drive him to both of his sports’ sessions. Kofi’s mother therefore urged him to choose which one he preferred so that one sport would be the focus, and he decided on football.
Kofi’s decision to play football was automatic since, despite not intending to, football-related moments frequently occurred in all of his activities. His technique as a professional player on the field reflects his desire to have fun in all he does. It’s nice to watch a player who is enthusiastic about his trade have the flexibility to pick passes, make runs, and move about the field.
When Kofi saw Neymar play for the first time when he was 12 years old, it was love at first sight.
Kofi Kyereh joined the 26-man roster for the West African nation’s Black Stars, who are competing in Group H of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Kofi Kyereh took part in the matchup with Switzerland and that was his 15th appearenace for the team.On September 3, 2021, Kyereh played his first game for Ghana against Ethiopia in a FIFA World Cup qualifier.
The World Cup title for Ghana, Kofi’s motherland, is his greatest goal for the Black Stars in the competition.