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English born star Tariq Lamptey who has Ghanaian parents has reportedly asked England under 21 coach to leave him out of the squad ahead of the world Cup in Qatar.It is reported by English sports journalist Tom Barclay who claims that the teenage sensation asked to be left out as he continues to be closely linked with a switch to the Black Stars of Ghana.The west African giants have been trying to convince English born players to link up with their national team ahead of the Qatar world cup. The Brighton and Hoves Albion defender is highly rated in England and his decision could be greatly welcomed by football enthusiasts in Ghana and Africa at large.
Lamptey joins the likes of Eddie Nketiah who are believed to be on the verge of switching allegiances. Ghana is known for it's exploits whenever it features in a world cup. It is the second team to finish in the quarter finals of the competition after Senegal in 2002.Ghana had the likes of Kevin Prince Boateng in 2010 who had just switched allegiances from Germany. Boateng formed a good partnership with Asamoah Gyan during the tournament where Ghana were narrowly eliminated by Uruguay in the quarter finals.
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