It is the ambition of every player to enjoy playing time at club level especially in a World Cup year. Playing regularly for a club is a major step in guaranteeing a player a great deal to represent his country. With this year being a World Cup year, players across all leagues have a single motive of earning playing time which will translate into a call up at the national side.
The aforementioned targets are applicable to Ghanaian international Kudus Mohammed who plies his trade for Ajax in the Netherlands league. The Black Stars midfielder encountered various degrees of injuries last season, compelling him to watch his colleagues from the sidelines.
Those injuries at the club level transcended into a serious concerns for Black Stars coach Milovan Rajevac who was then leading Ghana at the dugout.
2022/23 season promises to be on better path for Kudus Mohammed as he recorded best moments in offseason games. Kudus Mohammed bagged four goals in four outings for Ajax. This sparked discussions from different perspectives, with many tipping him for stardom this season. Those expectations may have to go under further review as Kudus Mohammed did not get the best of start for the season.
Ajax played away to Sittard and the Ghanaian international was expected to start the game, but he was introduced into the game on the stroke of full time. He lasted three minutes on the pitch, with pictures of Kudus Mohammed showing how dissatisfied he was.
Time for Kudus Mohammed to move? This harmless question has gone wild like an inferno as many have come up with varied suggestions. Kudus Mohammed must consider a move way from Ajax without malice a forethought. With playing time being of value, the Black Stars midfielder has no business warming bench while he could seal a position at a formidable team. Time doe not wait for Kudus Mohammed and an exit must happen without delays.
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