The Porcupine Warriors defender has insisted that he feels he has not been treated well after he was left out of the Black Stars squad
Asante Kotoko defender Imoro Ibrahim has revealed he was disappointed after he was left out of Ghana’s squad that played Madagascar and Central African Republic in 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.
The 22-year-old has been one of the brightest spot in Kotoko’s squad this season as they have won their first Premier League trophy since 2014.
Imoro has made eight assists so far this season and scored one goal but he was left out of the Black Stars 33-man squad.
As a result, Reading defender Baba Rahman, Gideon Mensah and Hearts of Oak left back Dennis Nkrumah Korsah were chosen over him.
“I deserve Black Stars call up,” Imoro told Angel FM Kumasi in an interview. This is because it is not easy to make eight or more assists as a defender in Ghana Premier League.
“However, I feel my time will come so I will not give up because I know I will have my chance one day,” he added.