- 16-year-old wonder kid of Kumasi Asante Kotoko has said he is ready to play for the Black Stars of Ghana
- According to the teenager, his age would not be a barrier at all because football only requires the proper fortitude and training
- The young man is very optimistic that the Black Stars' coach would call him in the near future to play for the national team
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Matthew Anim Cudjoe, a popular wonderboy for Kumasi Asante Kotoko has said that he is prepared to play for the Black Stars and is actually hoping to be called soon.
In a snippet of an interview sighted by YEN.com.gh, the brilliant young player indicates that although he is still a teenager, he is fully ready to take up the challenge of playing wonderfully for the national team if given the opportunity.
Matthew mentions that football is about mental preparation and physical training, and with the right proportions of those, anyone regardless of their age can perform at the maximum level.
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The talented teenage superstar, who some people refer to as Ghana's Messi, further added that apart from his mental and physical readiness, he is also fully confident that not long from now, he would get the change to star in the national team.
Matthew Anim Cudjoe was signed by one of Ghana's biggest football clubs called Asante Kotoko when he was only 16 years old and has been putting up sterling performances at every point since the call-up, less than a year ago.
He also got the opportunity to play at the All Africa Games and was also called by the renowned German club Bayern Munich, where he went for some trials.
Meanwhile, another interesting report by YEN.com.gh has it that a rather hilarious video has surfaced on social media showing a local sprinter that has a room air-conditioner fixed on it to get rid of heat for its beloved passengers.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the external part of the huge conditioner was put behind the car which was captured by another road user who was clearly stunned by the sight.
Although the exact location where the video was taken is not disclosed, it is clear that it occurred in Ghana judging from the number plate of the vehicle.
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