Ex-Allies playmaker Clifford Aboagye has donated pair of boots and other items to the youth and development side of the Club, Cedar Stars Academy.

In a very short ceremony after the sweet 3-2 victory against R / Stake FC on Wednesday at Mac Dan La Town Park, the talisman gifted the items to the team.

The items were handed to the club in the presence of President Rabeh El-Eter and Technical Director Willie Klutse, who appreciated the kind gesture of the ex-player.

Aboagye insists he hopes the items will at least motivate the players and bring the best out of them as they continue to push for higher heights.

He played a very key role for Inter Allies, mastering a team to a debut Premier League qualification in 2013.

Later, he joined Granada CF in Spain and debuted with the first team on January 8, 2015 in a Cup match before making his debut in the La Liga.

In 2017, he arrived in Mexico and caught the attention of the national media, first spending a season on loan with Atlas and later permanent deal, thanks to the speed, technical conditions and vision of the game.

He joined Gallos de Querétaro from Atlas and now plies his trade with Club Puebla in the Mexican Liga MX.

Aboagye won the Adidas Bronze Ball in the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Turkey in 2013, where Ghana grabbed bronze in the competition and also featured in the 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup in New Zealand.