TOP FIVE ONE HIT WONDER PLAYERS IN THE BLACK STARS

It is no news that the Ghana blacks stars team is a big name when it comes to world football even though they haven’t been able to win anything in the last 30 years. The black stars have also been the home of many talented footballers the world has ever seen. The names include Abedi Pele and  Nii Odartey Lamptey among many others. Among all this names there some that blew our minds but seem not have found their feet in the team.

Below is a 5 man list of players who became a one hit wonder in the black stars team

5.Ahmed Baruso

One of my favorite players’s of all time, Baruso was a delight to watch. He was referred to as  the Roberto Carlos of Ghana.

4.Kwesi Appiah

The white version of our Coach Akwesi Appiah seemed to have found  favour in Avram Grant’s eyes, thus getting him a spot in the 2015 squad for the nations cup. After getting a brace in the semi-final he got a start in the final. But he was not found in the squad that took part in this year’s AFCON

3.Haminu Dramini

I personally called him the 70min man. This is because Milovan used to bring him on in the 70min whenever Ghana was playing. With his speed and great body balance, he was sure to assist a goal or even get one himself. His involvement in the team won him a lot of admires and many hoped he could have featured in subsequent tournaments but it never happened.

3.Quincy Owusu Abeyie

With, his speed, agility and physic, Quincy was a delight to watch especially during the 2006 world Cup in Germany and the 2008 African cup of nations in Ghana. The former Arsenal man became well known for his speed. After the nations cup, he never returned to the national team and up till now most people keep asking what happened to him.

1.Emmanuel Jr Agogo.

20 January 2008, Ghana’s Junior Agogo
Ghana (White) 2 Guinea (Red) 1, MTN African Cup of Nations, Group A, Ohene Djan Stadium, Accra, Ghana ©Gavin Barker/Backpagepix

Perhaps the most popular and most famous black stars player ever, jr Agogo was a delight to watch especially for the ladies. For what it’s worth, I feel he was more of a model than a player. Agogo was the star of the 2008 nations cups held in Ghana.

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