Former Ghana Black Stars Goalkeeper, Fatau Dauda is over the moon following his appointment as the goalkeepers coach for Ghana’s Black Satellites.
The former Obuasi Ashantigold SC shot stopper has thanked the Ghanaian fans for their enormous support to him over the years.
He also thanked the Ghana Football Association leaders for giving him the opportunity to serve as the goalies coach for the national U20 team.
“Thanks to all Ghanaians and the FA for this wonderful opportunity to serve in this capacity as a Goalkeepers coach for the U20 Male National team,(Black satellite). With the technical team (Ghana Black Satellite U20),” he wrote on Twitter.
He played in two World Cup games against Germany and Portugal at the 2014 FIFA World Cup tournament in Brazil when Ghana came last in the group stages conceding four goals.