it’s finally happened. The undisputed king of actors now a footballer has had his first match with the team, New Edubiase United. Even though Lilwin got his itches from the green grass, he was able to hold his own for the match.
Watch fan reaction as lilwin entertains supporters during his debut.
Nkansah, 34, is one of twelve new signings Edubiase who competes in Zone II of the Division One League.
Despite the likes of Fabio Gama and Gladson Awako being on monthly salaries speculated to be around $2000, Nkansah has claimed that he has become the highest-paid player on the Ghanaian domestic scene.
“I’ve become the highest-paid player in Ghana after signing for New Edubiase United. But, I will not be able to mention my salary publicly,” he told Enoch Worlanyo on Adom TV.
He also insisted that he remains focused on helping the Movers secure promotion back to the Ghana Premier League.
“I can score a lot of goals and help Edubiase qualify back to the Ghana Premier League. The entire team remains very focused,” he added.
Edubiase, who play in Zone II of the Division One League, have signed top stars including former Hearts of Oak goalkeeper Samuel Akurugu, midfielder Malik Akowuah, and Abdul Basit.