442gh.com can exclusively report that Ghana Coach Charles Akonnor has handed Ghanaian Attacker John Antwi his first National Team call up in 3 years.
Antwi has been in blistering form in the Egyptian Premier league becoming the first foreigner to score more than 100 goals in that country’s Football history.
The prolific attacker received his debut call up in September 2017 when Former coach Kwesi Appiah invited him to be part of the Ghanaian sude to Play Uganda in the World cup qualifiers.
Coach Akonnor considers Antwi as a formidable force in his attack, and believes the Pyramids Attacker is the right man to feel the shoes of Ghanaian legend Asamoah Gyan.
The 28-year-old has clinched the record playing for four clubs since he arrived in the North African country from Sekondi Eleven Wise in 2012.
He scored 35 goals in three years for his first club, Ismaily SC. Antwi then left Egypt in January 2015 for a short stint with Al-Shabab in Saudi Arabia.
He returned in July to sign for El Ahly. He scored 11 goals in his first season before being loaned out three times.
He spent all three loan spells at Misr El Makasa, where he scored 40 goals.
His prolific goalscoring form earned him a big-money move to Pyramids FC in July 2019. Thus far, he has scored 14 goals.
In 2018, he became the highest-scoring foreigner in the league when he scored his 63rd goal to surpass compatriot Ernest Papa Arko.