Ghana national team, the Black Stars of Ghana defender and former Asante Kotoko defender, Samuel Inkoom has been named among the 11 best team of his International Football Club, Samtredia in the Georgian Erovnuli Liga Team of the week.

This achievement was as a result of Inkoom’s brilliant and immaculate performance during the weekend in a 1-1 draw against their opponent Club, FC, Dila Gori.

He is the only player selected from his team to be part of the Georgian National League Best 11 in their third-round football matches.

Over the weekend, five matched were played among ten teams.

Thus, “Dinamo” competed with “Saburtalo” ending in 3:0; Batumi “Dinamo” and “Telavi” ended up in 1-1; “Lokomotiv” and “Merani” ended with the scoreline 1: 1; “Dila” against “Samtredia” 1: 1 and “Torpedo” against “Chikhura” was 2: 2.

After the games, the Georgian national league presented 11 icons for the week.

 

The 11 players include, Samuel Inkoom (Defender, FC Samtredia), Anton Tolordava (Defender, Telavi), Guram Giorbelidze (Defender, Dila).

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Chosen Midfielders include, Giorgi Papava, Vitor Pernambuco, Giorgi Kutsia, Irakli Bugridze all are players from (Dinamo). Meranai’s Goalkeeper, Revaz Tevdoradze and Iago Deisadze, Giorgi Ivanishvili and Giorgi Pantsulaia from Torpedo.

According to the Georgian National League, these 11 players were extraordinary during their matches that’s why they make the best 11 team in their third week.

Nonetheless it’s the wish of the international defender to be selected under the administration of coach C.K. Akonor for 2021 African Cup of Nations (AFCON).

The defender is hoping his remarkable performance for his club in the Georgian Erovnuli Liga appeals to the head coach of the Black Stars of Ghana as he prepares to join the national team.

Samuel inkoom officially singed his six-month contract with the Samtredia Football Club, Georgia in February 2020.

Until his Samtredia deal, he was playing for FK Dunav where after 14 appearances in their soccer competition couldn’t renew his contract due some glitches he faced.

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Commenting on his Georgia deal, the defender stated that, he’s going to give in his best with intensive training and hard work to make his club champion in the Georgian league.

He further explained he’s more comfortable with the conditions associated with his deal and would consider it as the best.

He has performed impeccably since his appearance in the club because his aim is to support the team with his astounding skills to achieve their goal.

According to Inkoom, he’s impressed with the teams plan and the management process because they contribute immensely to the success of the club.

Inkoom’s incredible defending tactics has seen him work with both local and international soccer teams such as, Kumasi Asante Kotoko, FC Base, Swiss, Ukraine, Antalyaspor in Turkey, Platanias in Greece, D.C. United, Vereva in Bulgaria and FC Dunav Ruse.

 

International Professional FC Dunav Ruse/Ghanaian Footballer Samuel Inkoom is a year older today! Join us in wishing Inkoom God’s richest blessings on his birthday and every day.

 

Samuel Inkoom began his career with Windy Professionals Football Academy, playing with them from 2000-2007. 2007 saw him transfer to Ghanaian PFA team Sekondi Hasaacas, spending a year there before transferring to Asante Kotoko in 2008.

The Swiss Super League was next and, on 26th April 2009, Inkoom transferred to FC Basel on a three‐year contract, making his debut in the derby game against FC St. Gallenon.

During his time there he remained a key player, playing an invaluable role in their golden season in 2010.

 

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January of 2011 saw a move to fellow Swiss side FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk, where he plied his trade for a year before a 6 month loan deal to SC Bastia.

The following season Inkoom again moved on six‐month loan, this time to Platanias. A short stay with D.C. United in 2014 was the precursor to his summer 2015 signing with Portuguese Boavista FC. On 6th January 2016, Inkoom signed a contract with Turkish‐side Antalyaspor.

 

The right back honed his skills as a member of the Black Satellites, playing with the team at the 2009 African Youth Championships in Rwanda, which they won, as well as with the Black Stars’ U‐20 squad in several tournaments, including Tunisia and the 2009 FIFA U‐20 World Cup.

Inkoom made his World Cup debut on 26 June 2010, starting on the right wing against the United States in a Last‐16 knockout game, with Ghana winning 2‐1 in extra time! In 2011 he played with a Black Stars team at AFCON in Gabon.

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Apart from Fooball, Inkoom also gives back to the community in the form of charity, he has organised charity matches amongst other footballers and the proceeds used to help the less fortunate people in his hometown, Sekondi, Ghana. He has also been meeting and encouraging young  football fans…

 

 

 

International Professional Footballer Inkoom, currently plays as a defender for Bulgarian First League club Dunav Ruse.

 

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Ghanaian international professional footballer Samuel Inkoom, is inspiring us to Stay Home, Stay Safe, Stay Healthy with some workout routines.

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Hope you enjoy the videos below. Don’t forget to tell us your best routine…

 

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Ghanaian professional footballer Samuel Inkoom, who plays for the Ghana national team and other international football clubs has signed a new deal with FC Samtredia.

 

He has contributed immensely to the national team and the local football team throughout his career.

Aside playing for the Ghana national team, he played for the Sekondi Hasaacas FC and  Asante Kotoko FC all in Ghana.

Going globally, he played for FC Basel in Swiss, FC Dnipro in Ukraine, Bastia in France, Antalyaspor in Turkey, Vereva in Bulgaria, FC Dunav in Ruse and more

He has officially sealed a six-month contract with a Georgian Football Club, FC Samtredia following his ended contract with Dnipro in 2019.

Inkoom took to his social media pages to announce his 2020 good news with some of the photos below.

Join us in wishing him all huge congratulations !

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Football Spotlight: It’s really amazing to see Inkoom in great shape and playing so well!  Would be great to have the International Professional Footballer/Bulgarian defender back with the BlackStars in the upcoming Africa Cup of Nations qualification!

We’ve heard names like John Antwi, Felix Annan, Nana Ampomah, Majeed Ashimeru, Joseph Aidoo mentioned by few people. Is this true or is speculations?

Does anyone know who’s qualified for the upcoming games? 

International Professional Footballer Inkoom, currently plays as a defender for Bulgarian First League club Dunav Ruse.

 

Inkoom who is known for his phenomenal technique and speed on the field is definitely excelling in his new club.

As you may recall, Inkoom has joined the Bulgarian top-flight side FC Dunav Ruse in January, this year and signed a 18-months contract.

Ghana defender Samuel Inkoom joined Bulgarian top-flight side Danuv Ruse in January

 

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All you need to know about Samuel Inkoom

International Professional Footballer Samuel Inkoom began his career with Windy Professionals Football Academy (2000-2007), after he moved to Sekondi Hasaacas (2007-2008) and moved on 1 January 2008 to Asante Kotoko. On 26 April 2009 he moved from Kumasi Asante Kotoko to FC Basel in the Swiss Super League on a three-year contract. He made his Basel debut in derby game against FC St. Gallenon (July 12, 2009). He was a key member of their golden season in 2010.

On 31 January 2011 he moved to FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk. In August 2012 he went for half year loan to SC Bastia. The following season Inkoom again moved on six-month loan, this time to Platanias in January 2014. In September 2014, Inkoom signd with D.C. United on a free transfer. In summer 2015 he signed with portuguese Boavista FC. In January 2016 Samuel Eto’o invited Inkoom to turkish club Antalyaspor…

All you need to know about Samuel Eto’o

Born on March 10, 1981 in Nkon, Cameroon.  Samuel Eto’o was only 16 years Real Madrid signed him in 1997…

Samuel Eto’o currently plays as a striker for Turkish club Antalyaspor. He is the most decorated African player of all time, having won the African Player of the Year award a record four times: in 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2010. He was third in the FIFA World Player of the Year award in 2005…

Samuel Eto’o gives back to the community through the his charity foundation ‘Fundacion Privada Samuel Eto’o’ which was founded in 2006. ‘Fundacion Privada Samuel Eto’o’ helps provide basic necessities  such as healthcare, they have built hospitals in the cameroon…

Some boys from his foundation now play in Barcelona’s youth academy, Malaga… “I have a lad who’s a good forward, he’s doing quite well, named Odongu. I have a kid named Abanya who’s a center back. All of them come from my foundation and it’s the joy that I try to share — the opportunity — that I want to give to each child. They themselves have to fight for their place, but the first opportunity is what I try to give them.” Samuel Eto’o

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Join African Celebs in wishing Ghanaian international professional footballer Samuel Inkoom all the best of luck for the match today! Antalyaspor‬ ‪vs ‎Fenerbahce

All you need to know about Samuel Inkoom

International Professional Footballer Samuel Inkoom began his career with Windy Professionals Football Academy (2000-2007), after he moved to Sekondi Hasaacas (2007-2008) and moved on 1 January 2008 to Asante Kotoko. On 26 April 2009 he moved from Kumasi Asante Kotoko to FC Basel in the Swiss Super League on a three-year contract. He made his Basel debut in derby game against FC St. Gallenon (July 12, 2009). He was a key member of their golden season in 2010.

On 31 January 2011 he moved to FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk. In August 2012 he went for half year loan to SC Bastia. The following season Inkoom again moved on six-month loan, this time to Platanias in January 2014. In September 2014, Inkoom signd with D.C. United on a free transfer. In summer 2015 he signed with portuguese Boavista FC. In January 2016 Samuel Eto’o invited Inkoom to turkish club Antalyaspor.

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The right defender is a former member of the Black Satellites, he played with the team at 2009 African Youth Championship in Rwanda, where they became a winners.  Inkoom played his first game for the Black Stars on 20 November 2008 against Tunisia…

Best player! Keep it up!!!

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Checkout Samuel Inkoom in action!…‪The Ghanaian/Antalyaspor professional footballer  congratulated his  teammates for an amazing game and also thanks his fans for all their support and lovely wishes…

 

Inkoom posted the photo on his social media page with the caption:

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”First of all congratulation to my teammates, good struggle and 3 points in the Turkish cup game. ⚪️ an another hand i would like to thank to our fans for their support and lovely wishes! Let’s work hard for the next game on Sunday”

Congrats! Ghanaian international professional footballer Samuel Inkoom completes move to Antalyaspor!  According to reports, the deal signed by the former Primeira Liga player is for two and a half years….

Few facts about Samuel Inkoom, he began his career with Windy Professionals Football Academy (2000-2007), after he moved to Sekondi Hasaacas (2007-2008) and moved on 1 January 2008 to Asante Kotoko. On 26 April 2009 he moved from Kumasi Asante Kotoko to FC Basel in the Swiss Super League on a three-year contract.

He made his Basel debut in derby game against FC St. Gallenon (July 12, 2009). He was a key member of their golden season in 2010. On 31 January 2011 he moved to FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk. In August 2012 he went for half year loan to SC Bastia. The following season Inkoom again moved on six-month loan, this time to Platanias in January 2014. In September 2014, Inkoom signd with D.C. United on a free transfer. In summer 2015 he signed with portuguese Boavista FC. In January 2016 Samuel Eto’o invited Inkoom to turkish club Antalyaspor… Read full bio here

 

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Well done Inkoom!