Legon Cities FC goalkeeper – Abdul Fatawu Dauda has said that he is ready to keep the post again for the Black Stars should he be called by coach C.K Akunnor.
The 35-year-old [Dauda] broke into the national team squad during the 2008 Africa Cup of Nations [AFCON 2008] as the third choice goalkeeper behind Richard Kingson and Sammy Adjei.
He, however, became the first choice goalkeeper for the Black Stars during the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations and went on to represent Ghana at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
The former AshantiGold SC and Enyimba FC shot stopper have not been invited into the national team since losing his position to Richard Ofori but the experienced goalkeeper believes he is not done yet with the national team.
“I have not retired from international football, I’m just waiting for the opportunity to come for me to prove myself again,” Fatawu Dauda said on Extra Time on Starr [103.5] FM last Saturday.
According to Dauda, he made money at Premier League side [AshantiGold SC] but it was the national team that made him rich.
“I made money at AshGold as a player but in my entire career the national team made me rich and I will always thank Ghana for that.”