The Athletic Bilbao striker switched Nationality just last Tuesday after completing all the necessary forms to represent the Blackstars of Ghana at the World Cup tournament in Qatar. Inaki Williams is known to be one of the fastest footballers in the world now which makes him quite difficult to defend. His pace is one of his powerful tools in his football career.
Inaki Williams has revealed his source of speed during an exclusive interview with TV3 talking about his life journey and what made him switch his nationality from Spain to Ghana. Inaki revealed many things about him in which he disclosed what he thinks makes him one of the fastest footballers now.
Inakì Williams on the secret to his speed: 🗣
"I don't know. I have been eating fufu and Waakye. My mum cooks fufu for us. Fufu and groundnut soup makes me fast. I love Groundnut soup.“I know Thomas, I know Wakaso, I know Salisu.I talk to Joseph Aidoo often. I am going to work hard to raise the flag of Ghana high. “I am going to make the Black Stars smile. Pressure is part of football. “I have played over 300 matches in Spain and the pressure is good for me” He disclosed.
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