The goalkeeper is pleased with the club’s ability to maintain its Premier League status
Ghana’s goalkeeper Fatou Dawood believes that his and Asomo Gyan’s escape was saved by the Ghana Premier League’s escape from the release of Legan cities.
For the Royals, the two veterans who have only been involved in the last two seasons have come under pressure abroad.
The cities that entered Sunday’s final matchday needed a win to beat Drop with 11 Wonders, eventually winning 3-2 to retain their place in the elite division.
“I am considered my own and the happiest person [Gyan] Since our Peregrine Legion is taking cities into relegation, we [would have been] Died but God did the same for us [helping us] “Avoid getting into trouble,” David was quoted as saying. Football.
“We are happy because it was a difficult season for us. When we went to play Dwarf, the game was not over because the referee was attacked and he was unable to continue. Then I was happy because it was God. Was interfering [for the game to end prematurely because of the home fans and for us to be awarded three points.
“We were able to go to my former club Ashanti Gold to beat them and I was like ‘no, God wants to do something for us’. Against Bechem we know we were supposed to beat them but they came and scored first before we equalised.
“So for our game against Eleven Wonders, we knew it was going to be difficult because they were not under pressure but I am happy we were able to win the game to survive.”
Dauda joined Legon ahead of last season on his return from Nigerians Professional Football League side Enyimba.
He previously played for Orlando Pirates and Chippa United in South Africa.
At international level, the 36-year-old represented Ghana at the 2014 World Cup, together with Gyan, who also signed for Legon ahead of the start of last season.
The latter, 35, is Ghana’s current all-time top scorer and most-capped player, with 51 goals in 109 international appearances for the Black Stars.
Legon finished two points above the relegation zone.