By Dom Agbakpe,
Ropapa Mensah has described his move to Ghana Premier League side Inter Allies as a “dream come true.”
The talented forward made the switch to Eleven-Is-One lads in 2016 from lower-tier side Cape Coast Strikers.
In three seasons, he played 36 times, scored 7 goals and provided 5 assists.
Mensah, 22 in an exclusive conversation with soka25east.com said,”It was the best time of my life because it was a dream come true for me and i think every Ghanaian player as at that time wanna play in the premier league.”
Mensah currently plays for USL Championship side, Pittsburgh Roverhounds, a club he joined in January 2020 from Nashville SC.
He played for Penn FC in the past.
Mensah was part of the Ghana U23 National Team for the 2019 African Cup of Nations.
He didn’t make a single appearance in the tournament.
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