Chief Executive Officer


Derek Asamoah is a Ghanaian professional footballer, who currently plays as a forward. He has previously played for clubs in England, France, Scotland Bulgaria and South Korea.

Asamoah is a forward, known for his footspeed and dribbling ability.

He was recalled to the national team for friendlies against Gabon and Sierra Leone by new head coach Goran Stevanović. On 15 November 2011, Asamoah scored his first international goal against Gabon in stoppage time to win the game 2-1 for Ghana. He was named In the 2012 African cup of nations Ghana squad.

Media & Creative Directors

The Freshballerz is a group of three brothers working very hard to pursue their dream of
becoming professional football players and inspire others to take up the sport they love. They
have impressed and influenced many audiences through their interactive media streams.

• Maleace Asamoah is a very fast and skilful forward and has ambition to play for one of the
top teams in the world.

• Zayshaun Asamoah is a very quick technically gifted player who has ambition to play

• Amari Asamoah is credited and known for his speed and scoring ability. He has ambition
to break scoring records in the world of football.

Head of Sales and Marketing

Leading sales and client relations is Emmanuel Darko. With over 6 years in working events,
management and marketing for both, Emmanuel plays an integral part in growing the Fresh
Ballerz Apparel brand to feature in multiple events, urban music videos, amongst many more.

Like the rest of our team, Emmanuel shares a passion for comfortable yet fashionable and
versatile sportswear, having played football at a semi- professional level.

With the fast-moving pace of social events that Emmanuel is present in, he represents the brand’s versatility from the gym, to the DJ booth and back stage with ease.

Investment strategy and sport world relations

The Ghanaian native has extensive international experience of more than 10 years within the
football field and industry. Tony has represented and worked with some exciting talents and
football clubs both from Ghana and in the UK. He was instrumental on the Chelsea FC signing of Christian Atsu and worked with a previous Chelsea FC coach, Avram Grant, introducing him to Ghana’s national team, where he now works as their coach.