Leeds United cult hero Anthony Yeboah believes his nephew Kelvin Yeboah has a great future.
The fast-rising forward has been a top performer for Sturm Graz in the Austrian Bundesliga this season, bagging 10 goals in 17 matches.
The 55-year-old who is monitoring the progress of his nephew says he has a great future.
“He has a great future,” believes the former top striker.
“Kelvin is a different guy than I was, he’s faster. I was more physical, scored goals from everywhere, ”laughs“ Tony ”, who visited Kelvin in Wattens two years ago. “I haven’t made it to Graz because of Corona, but I plan to.”
Kelvin Yeboah also said, “Everyone goes their own way. What my uncle did, I probably won’t, “says Kelvin,” but maybe I’ll succeed in something he didn’t, “grins the 21-year-old, who will have a difficult time against the million-dollar troops today.
“But Kelvin is far for his age, he was well looked after in Italy. When I was 21 I was still at home in Ghana. ”On Thursday, Uncle Tony saw a“ fantastic team ”from Sociedad approaching Sturm. “But Graz is also a very interesting group.”