Shafiu Mumuni become a part of the Ashantigold crew that gained the 2015 Ghana Premier League earlier than leaving to preserve his career abroad
Former captain of Ghana's Black Galaxies, Shafiu Mumuni, has watered down reports that Iraq is a dangerous country to play football in.
The ex-Ashantigold player spent the last few years plying his trade in Iraq with Al-Kahraba FC and Erbil SC.
Also, in a meeting with Angel TV, the forward uncovered that his mom felt awkward when he educated her concerning his transition to the Asian country.
"At the point when I told my mum I had an arrangement to play in Iraq, she got upset. She let me know she doesn't figure she will see me alive in the future," he said
"I think she heard a ton about the conflict yet Iraq isn't so frightening as we hear in the news. I've partaken in the couple of long stretches of my visit."
Sahfiu Mumuni has a respectable spell in Iraq, assisting Erbil SC with arriving at the last of the Iraqi Cup.
He is presently unattached and may be taking action in the mid year move window.
Mumuni is viewed as one of the most mind-blowing advances during his time in the Ghana Premier League, assisting Ashantigold with coming out on top for the 2015 championship.
He was additionally important for Ghana's Black Galaxies that won the 2019 West Africa Football Union Championship, completing the competition as top scorer.
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