- Mathew Cudjoe has opened up about his days at Kotoko
- The 16-year-old footballer said he never felt any pressure at the Kumasi giants
- The diminutive player is currently a free agent after his loan spell ended due to the cancellation of the season
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Ghanaian youngster, Mathew Anim Cudjoe, has stressed that he never felt any pressure to win the hearts of Asante Kotoko fans.
In a report seen by YEN.com.gh on Ghanasoccernet.com, the 16-yer-old whiz-kid, who moved to the Kumasi giants on a season-long loan deal, said playing for Kotoko comes with a lot of pressure because of their huge fan base but he was never under pressure.
Before the season was cancelled due to the novel coronavirus, Cudjoe was the most sought-after youngster in the country due to his performance.
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He is famously remembered for his splendid display in the 2-1 win against Hearts of Oak at the Accra Sports Stadium after he created the winning goal for his side.
Anim Cudjoe said:
It is true Kotoko and Hearts are the biggest clubs in the country and playing for them comes with a lot of pressure but I was never intimidated by the huge followers. I am rather motivated when I see a huge crowd. I want to entertain them and make them happy with my style of play.
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He made six appearances in the Ghana Premier League for Kotoko. The loan deal is said to have expired after the season was cancelled.
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Rahim, who is the older brother of Black Stars captain, André Ayew, or Dede Ayew, has released beautiful photos of his daughter.
Tuesday, July 21, 2020, happened to be the birthday of Rahim's daughter and he could not keep calm. He proudly celebrated her special day by flaunting the celebrations online.
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