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Rayo move has hurt my career - Mohammed Abu

Posted On Sunday, 25th November 2012
Rayo move has hurt my career - Mohammed Abu

Mohammed Abu admits to Rayo difficulty

By Ameenu Shardow

Ghana midfielder Mohammed Abu concedes his move to Rayo Vallecano is a draw back to his career.

The 21-year-old joined the Spanish club at the start of the campaign on a season’s-long loan deal from Norwegian side Stromgodset.

The Right to Dream Academy graduate has however found regular first team action very difficult to come by at Rayo but remains upbeat of his future.

“It has been quite difficult,” he toldĀ GHANAsoccernet.com.

“One week you are in the team, the following week you are not so it’s very difficult.

“But as a professional player you face tough times and you have to face it head on, you don’t run away.

“I will continue to work hard because I believe in myself and hopefully things will go well.”

Abu was part of Ghana’s squad at the last edition of the Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. jay-jay says:

    He hasn’t seen anything yet. He’s no quality player.

  2. Ghanaman says:

    He is a great player! Keep it up Mo!!!

  3. real sabacious says:

    when some of us questioned the inclusion of setting players some are playing in low standard leagues,some guys dont get it.He was a flop with bundesliga 2 side frankfurt and now vallecano.he’s not an average player and has no exceptional qualities.he has to improve of his passing and add some flair to his again!

  4. real sabacious says:

    i mean he’s an average player and not as stated above.thanks

  5. theprince says:

    DONT GIVE UP KEEP ON TRAINING UR STAR WILL DEFINITELY SHINE

  6. KWAME PITO says:

    You need to prove your worth. This should be a stepping stone for you if you are a serious player. Look at Kwadwo Asamoah now playing juventus regularly.

  7. Maxwell Johnson says:

    He’s just not good enough for the elite leagues, he belongs to the sub-standard leagues.

  8. musa says:

    may be a bad luck woman have come in his life

  9. GH FUO, THINK BIG!!! says:

    A BLECK MAN PLAYING IN SPAIN IS NOT EASY. WHEN THEY GIVE U A CHANCE TO PLAY. U HAVE TO SACRIFICE AND MAKE YOUR OTHER SPANISH PLAYERS LOOK GOOD. THIS IS THE ONLY WAY THEY WILL MAKE IT EASY FOR YOU





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