The Brazilian contingent in Ghana football received another new comer after the game changing debut for Asante Kotoko SC’s Fabio Gama.
Fabio Gama stole the Ghanaian media limelight with his elusive skills against Liberty Professional and has now welcomed another compatriot onto the Ghanaian scene.
With just two fixtures under his name, the Samba Boy unleashed his real class against the Scientific Soccer Boys with two assists under his name.
The Asante Kotoko SC playmaker welcomes compatriot, Ricardo Da Rocha, into the local league to double their representation on Ghanaian soil.
Ricardo Rocha, a former manager for Ebusua Dwarfs FC and Ashgold SC has officially joined second tier side Yendi Gbewaa FC, now rebranded as Dagbon United Football Club.
The 55 year old joined the Tamale based side on Monday, January 11, 2021 after arriving on Friday.
“Congratulations to our client, Coach Ricardo Da Rocha of Brazil in his new contract signing as Technical Director of Ghana Division One side Dagbon United FC. We are excited to see the success this season will bring”, a statement from MAIA Professional Soccer Development reads.
The Brazilian had short spells with the national team of Cape Verde in a highly nomadic football CV.
Dagbon United Football Club are hoping to use their new resources to secure premier league football for Northern Ghana in the absence of then Wa All Stars and Real Tamale United FC.