Liberty Professionals defender Samuel Sarfo is getting a great deal of attention not really in light of the fact that he is a decent player but rather due to his other professional calling as a police officer.
The player is a Constable with the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service and he got the chance to play for the Black Stars a week ago against the United States in an international friendly. Sarfo was introduced in the 81st minute of the encounter.
The player was extremely satisfied with the opportunity to shield the Black Star’s defence in another way, his past undertaking of keeping the country safe in relation to the national team.
At the point when Ghana played against Rwanda in 2016, Sarfo was part of the police team deployed to monitor the team. A year on, he is in shades and colours of the national team and he is extremely grateful at the turn his life has taken by retweeting the thoughts of sports journalist Stak Sottie.
Sarfo, who is the most astounding highest scoring defender in the Ghana Premier League with 6 goals for Liberty Professionals, he is clear in his mind that wearing a policeman’s uniform and the national team jersey are two strands of same civic obligation: defending Ghana no matter what.
“Today, I am dressed differently in protecting the country. My target is currently on taking the country to the next level, not like an officer on guard duty but rather as a footballer”,
He said in a meeting with TV3 in June. The expectation is that Sarfo will get more open doors with the national team for upcoming national duties.