Isaac Donkor sat down for a far-reaching interview with Sky Sport Italia recently, touching on issues such as Inter, school, racism and international football:
I’m available for selection by the manager. When he calls on me, I’ll do everything I can do be ready. It was an incredible feeling to make my Inter debut – it was the realisation of a dream I’d had since I was a boy.
I’m a normal guy who studies accounting, but I’m living a dream. When I came on against Torino – and when I played in the Europa League – my legs were trembling. The boss is always there to spur me on and give me lots of advice. My idol? Walter Samuel, because he won everything there is to win and was a fantastic player.
During the interview, Donkor also spoke about the problem of racism in football:
It’s not something that’s affected me personally, I’ve never experienced racism on the pitch.
There was also a quick word on who he dreams of representing at international level:
Ghana or Italy? I’d prefer Ghana, to be honest, but I’m available to whoever calls on me.