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Abdul Fatawu Issahaku makes his debut in a game for Leicester city against Hull city

Abdul Fatawu Issahaku makes is debut in Leicester city's game against Hull city

The Ghanaian winger, Abdul Fatawu Issahaku has made is debut for English championship club, Leicester city in their 5th league game against Hull city.

Abdul Fatawu Issahaku attracted interest from the Foxes in this summer transfer and he agreed to join the club in a total transfer package of £15 million.

Fatawu Issahaku was initiated into the game from the bench on the 53rd minute to substitute Yanus Akgün.

However, Fatawu Issahaku showed glimpses of his qualities but wasn’t enough to even secure Leicester city a point.

The Foxes lost the game which was played at their home, King power stadium by a goal deficit scored by Hull city in the 15 minute in the first half.

It was a good exercise for the debutant, Issahaku and hoping he secures more to improve on his quality.


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Who is Jacob Menkah? He is a Ghanaian News Publisher,Digital marketer and a Freelance writer. Jacob Menkah was born on the 31 of December,2002 by two Ghanaian parents. Dad from the Volta region and mom from the Eastern region. Menkah is an old student of Akwamuman senior high school were i studied General-Art with electives of Geography,E-Maths, Economics and Government. The fundamental knowledge gathered from these studies grew my interest for being the mouth piece for the vulnerable and serving the world with authentic, educative and entertaining articles. I started serving the public with sports news from my Instagram page and through that, I got the opportunity to begin writing article for after sometime, i joined to write current affairs articles. I have finally motion to to proceed with serving the entire citizenry with sports articles.

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