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Medeama board chair Dr Toni Aubynn hails club’s home-grown policy after Babil’s move to SCR Altach

Medeama Board Chairman Dr Toni Aubynn is delighted the club’s strategy of identifying and developing talents is yielding results after home-grown Nana Kofi Babil secured a deal to Austrian Bundesliga side SCR Altach.

Babil, who turned 18 in January this year, has signed a one-year loan deal with the European side.

The youngster is one of the home-grown talents identified and developed by the two-time FA Cup holders.

And Board Chairman Dr Toni Aubynn has hailed the move.

“I am so excited about Nana Kofi’s move to Altach in Austria. Nana Kofi is a real local, Tarkwa talent who has been part of Medeama’s strategy of identifying and developing local talents,” he told
“Kofi has been a core member among a crop of talented players of our team, banging in the goals and providing “assists.” Altach is a great club in Austria and I see a great future for Kofi.”
Babil, who hails from Tarkwa – scored four goals and provided three assists in 12 matches before the coronavirus shutdown.