03 Dec

Seth Paintsil watches his younger brother Joseph Paintsil in Ferencvaros TC home win

Jaro FF midfielder Seth Paintsil was on the stands to watch his younger brother in the Hungarian top-flight league on Saturday.
The 22-year-old watched Joseph Paintsil in Ferencvaros TC 3-1 home victory over Videoton FC at the Groupama Arena.
His younger brother, Joseph, was on the score sheet for Ferencvaros TC to tally his goals to six in his debut season.
"I was happy to witness such a beautiful goal from my brother," Seth told Kickgh.com
"He is really making us proud here [Hungary] and all are the works of the almighty God."
Seth had a tremendous season with Jaro FF where he netted ten goals in his 24 appearances and was named the club's best player and most promising star of the season. 
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