The new phase of football in the world is changing making it very difficult for a lot of people to adapt.
The players keeps on changing and the style of the players are becoming a brand on themselves.
The lifestyle and behaviour of some players did a lot of honour and progress to their career. But the young disrespectful behaviours ends up in shame.
The progress of the players to be successful is about their composure and style of moving ahead to abroad.
The brand of some players are moving on very well by making sure that they make enough money.
Not mentioning, Salifu Ibrahim Di Maria which is his nick name but is always attached to the name of the player.
Salifu Ibrahim is one of the face of Hearts of Oak that changed the teams chemistry from the second round he joined the team.
His dribbling, tackles, pace, scoring ability and his passes are better. But his weakness has to do with his strength and the ability to go in for 50/50 balls.
The player is very optimistic to get his name on the score sheet against WAC which is every players wish.
It is very cool and the team spirit at the camp is positive with all the players with one mission to beat WAC of Morocco hands down.
Salifu Ibrahim has a new hairstyle which has been the talking point in the club for a long time.
Hairstyle has been the trade mark for each and every player in the Hearts of Oak lineup and the world at large.
Some of the players use their hair as their identity and make quality changes with some tattoos. Salifu have added another colour to his hair and have cutdown the Rasta.
He looks too different from the normal rasta he did with his natural hair.
This is the hairstyle our neighbours doesn’t condone when they are in their norms and values.
But everybody is in love with the team’s morale and the new look of the brilliant chap Salifu.
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