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Samuel Kwame Owusu

Samuel Kwame Owusu

The Rising Ghanaian Football Star Making Waves in International Football

1996

Birth
28 March 1996

Birth

Samuel Kwame Owusu was born on March 28, 1996, in Accra, Ghana.

2014

Club Career
24 November 2014

Club Career

Owusu's football career began in his homeland, playing for Red Bull Ghana and Vision. In August 2014, he took a leap of faith and moved to Serbia, joining Radnik Surdulica. During the 2014-15 Serbian First League, Owusu made 12 appearances, aiding his team in winning the title and securing promotion to the top flight. His skill and dedication continued to shine in the 2015-16 Serbian SuperLiga, where he scored seven goals in 30 games. This remarkable performance led to a one-year contract extension with Radnik Surdulica.

2016

GençlerbirliğI
29 June 2016

GençlerbirliğI

In June 2016, Owusu embarked on a new chapter in his career, transferring to Turkish club GençlerbirliğI. He signed a two-year deal with an option for another year, showcasing his potential as a valuable asset. Although he made limited appearances in the 2016-17 Turkish Cup, his talent was evident when he scored a goal in a resounding 6-0 home victory over Amed. However, he faced challenges in the league and struggled to secure playing time.

2017

Čukarički
24 November 2017

Čukarički

Determined to revive his career, Owusu returned to Serbia in August 2017, joining Čukarički. His three-year contract demonstrated the faith placed in his abilities, and he wore the number 19 shirt with pride. Throughout the 2017-18 Serbian SuperLiga, Owusu's prowess on the field shone brightly as he netted four goals in 30 games. The following season, he continued to impress, scoring seven goals and helping his club secure a spot in UEFA competitions after three years.

2019

International Career
29 May 2019

International Career

Owusu's talent and dedication caught the attention of the Ghanaian national team. In May 2019, he was named in Ghana's provisional squad for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations. A few weeks later, Owusu made his debut for the Black Stars, coming on as a substitute in a friendly match against Namibia. Despite a 1-0 loss, his performance impressed coach James Kwesi Appiah, earning him a place in the final 23-man squad for the AFCON tournament.

2019

Move to Al-Fayha
18 August 2019

Move to Al-Fayha

Owusu's next move took him to Al-Fayha, as he signed with the Saudi Arabian club on August 18, 2019. He embarked on a new chapter in his career, eager to make an impact on the international stage.

2020

Loan to Al-Ahli
24 November 2020

Loan to Al-Ahli

However, on October 25, 2020, he joined Al-Ahli on loan for three months from Al-Fayha, showcasing his versatility and adaptability in different football environments.

2023

Al-Suqoor
24 November 2023

Al-Suqoor

Owusu became a part of Saudi Second Division team Al-Suqoor on September 21, 2023.

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