News reaching the Siya crew is that Ghana coach, James Kwesi Appiah, has backed goalkeeper Fatau Dauda’s decision to seek a loan move away from Orlando Pirates.
As reported by the crew, Dauda is keen on a move away from Pirates to get game time to increase his chances of being included in the Ghana squad for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
According to SpyGhana.com, Appiah feels that it will be better for Dauda to leave for a club where he can play regularly.
“In January most players will be seeking to leave to clubs where they can play more for their club. I think if he decides to leave on that score it will not be bad,” Appiah told Oman FM.
Dauda is yet to make his debut for Pirates since joining the club at the beginning of the season.
And with Appiah stating that only active players will be considered for the 2014 World Cup squad, Dauda’s position in the Black Stars team is under threat.