Samuel Tetteh vows to score more for Black Stars

Published on: 13 September 2016
Samuel Tetteh vows to score more for Black Stars

Ghana and FC Liefering winger Samuel Tetteh has vowed to score more goals for the Black Stars after scoring against the Rwandan national team at the Accra Sports Stadium.

Tetteh came in for huge applauds after scoring for the Black Stars on his full debuts and says he is determined to score more for the nation.

The former West Africa Football Academy forward is originally a Red Bull Salzburg player but is currently playing for FC Liefering in the Austrian second-tier where he has scored 5 goals in seven appearances.

Speaking Accra based Citi FM, Samuel said, “Everybody wants to represent his country and it’s a privilege that I am part of the National team.

“I was very happy to have scored and I am going to do more to ensure that I contribute my share of goals in the team.”

“It’s very important that I continue to work hard at both club and national level for my development.”

Having excelled in the Ghana Premier League with WAFA, Tetteh moved to Austria this season but says his decision to move was solely based on developing his game.

“I moving to Austria was because I wanted to play more and develop my game.”

‘It’s been good so far so I am hoping that after I can sit down and reflect and see how things go.” he added.