Ghana midfielder Sulley Muntari has heaped praise on Black Stars new entrant Dominic Oduro, predicting that he has a bright future with the team.
The Chicago Fire striker made his debut with Ghana on Wednesday against Chile, but had to be substituted on the 17th minute due to injury.
With the little that the AC Milan player saw of him, he is convinced Oduro is a national asset.
“I hope he'll continue to contribute to our national team. He is getting to be well known, because he is a very good player," Muntari said after the friendly that ended 1-1.
With key striker Asamoah Gyan having declared his intention to quit the Black Stars indefinitely, Oduro could be a stop-gap in that attacking position.
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