Ex-Inter Allies star player Prosper Kasim is very confident that the ‘Eleven Is To One’ can produce more talents for the Swedish league in the near future.
The attacking midfielder featured 10 times for Inter Allies last season before being transferred to IFK Goteborg last year.
He believes his former club can serve as a feeder club for the Swedish topflight league after Lawson Sabah (same team), Joseph Aidoo (Hammarby), Patrick Kpozo (AIK) and recently Baba Mensah (BK Hacken) moved to Sweden from the squad that started last season for Inter Allies in the Ghana Premier League.
As quoted in an article by Goteborgs-Posten asking whether more players can still move from Inter Allies to Sweden, Kasim confidently said: “Yes, I think so. They (Inter Allies) have many very good players, who have evolved from an early age.”
“We are five in Sweden right now, Joseph Aidoo in Hammarby, Patrick Kpozo AIK, Baba Mensah in Hacken. Hopefully we will see more, says Prosper Kasim.”
Kasim is a product of Accra Youth FC the youth team of Inter Allies and was graduated to the senior side before moving to Sweden.
He played for the Ghana U20 team in the 2015 African Youth Championship in Senegal and 2015 U20 World Cup in New Zealand.