Austin Bold FC striker Ema Twumasi reveals plans for next season

Published on: 14 June 2019

Ghana and Austin Bold FC striker Ema Twumasi has revealed his plans ahead of the next season after joining the club on loan.

The 22-year-old, who alongside compatriot Francis Atuahene moved to the USL Championship team from FC Dallas says his priority is to help Austin Bold FC win matches.

Both players graduated from the Right to Dream Academy which creates opportunities for African youth players to focus on teamwork, community service and academics through the soccer.

''Ultimately our goal is to help the team win, get game minutes, and build our game fitness. At the end of the day we just want to help the team win,'' Twumasi told the club's website.

''The team has their own goals and we don’t put ourselves above them. We want to slide in and help the team achieve their goals. The Bold wants to win and we want to the same.''

He spent two seasons at Wake Forest University before being drafted 11th overall by FC Dallas in the 2018 SuperDraft. He has three appearances for FC Dallas and was on loan with Energy FC for the 2018 season where he appeared in six matches.