Mohammed Kudus is Ghana’s World Cup star

Mohammed Kudus

‘Ghana has the right to dream’, Inspirational Kudus said. Mohammed Kudus’s willingness to combine football with education helped him break through to the big stage. He was named in the ManSports Team of the Year last week. He is also in charge of two top football clubs in Denmark and Egypt.

ManSports will focus on Right To Dream academy in Egypt and FC Nordsjaelland club and academy in Denmark

Earlier this year, Egyptian business conglomerate Mansour Group acquired a majority share of Right To Dream. Right To Dream, a not-for-profit organization, is a network of soccer academies across Africa that recruits and develops promising young players. The group is expanding to Egypt and Denmark, and plans to establish a new academy and women’s football team in Egypt.

Right To Dream started out in 1999, with former Manchester United scout Tom Vernon setting up an academy in Ghana. Right To Dream has grown to be a major force in the football world, producing twenty Ghanaian internationals. Now, the academy has been taken over by Egypt’s Mansour Group, which plans to build a new academy in Egypt and expand its activities in Ghana.

Mansour Group is a billionaire Egyptian conglomerate that deals in energy, food and automotive. The group also operates a subsidiary called Man Capital, which oversees investments in professional sports. Its total income in 2018 reached $7.5 billion.

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Mohammed Kudus ‘ willingness to combine football with education helped in his breakthrough

During his time in the academy, Kudus was a part of a team that went unbeaten during a European tour. His performance remains fondly remembered in the Strong Tower FC area.

Kudus has a contract to stay with Ajax until the summer of 2025. He has also had a run of good form for the club this season, scoring ten goals. He has also been involved in Champions League action.

In his time with Ajax, Kudus has racked up nine56 minutes of Eredivisie action. has also been involved in two Champions League group matches. has scored four goals in the competition, while providing two assists.

has also scored twice in his four appearances for the Black Stars, and has also provided an assist. is expected to play a key role for Ghana at the World Cup.

Kudus was born on 2 August 2000. grew up in the slums of Accra. is a member of the Hausa tribe in the Greater Accra Region. also completed a secondary education in East London.

Ghana’s right to dream goal

Among the many players to have taken part in the Champions League this season, Ghana’s Kudus stands out. He is one of the most exciting players to have ever been a part of the tournament. He is already an exciting prospect at Ajax Amsterdam. In fact, Kudus is one of Ghana’s best hopes for a surprise run in Qatar.

Right to Dream is a football academy that has been active in the Ghanaian and African football industry for many years. It was founded by social entrepreneur Tom Vernon. Vernon’s vision was to create a football academy that provides life changing opportunities to young people in communities that are most in need. Its first trialists were a hundred local hopefuls.

As part of the academy’s mission, it targets communities where crime and drug abuse are a major problem. Its academy is located in Akosombo, two hours from Accra. It also teaches values such as self-confidence, discipline, and taking responsibility. It has produced several alumni, including Mohamed Kudus, Abdul Majeed Waris, and David Accam.

Kudus’ ability to influence games

Having joined Right to Dream Mohammed Kudus at the beginning of the season, Kudus has been able to show what he is capable of as an attacking midfielder. Ajax has a history of players like Rafael van der Vaart and Johan Cruyff who have played in similar roles. The Ghanaian’s ability to exploit angles is enhanced with a stronger left foot.

Mohammed Kudus is able to manoeuvre through tight spaces and drop deep to aid play. He has a fine touch and can absorb contact without losing his balance. He also displays proficiency in finding teammates in good positions. His ability to make a strong, yet subtle, contribution is invaluable to Ajax’s attack.

Kudus has not been able to secure a regular place in Ajax’s starting line up this season. The Ghanaian has been given opportunities in a few games but he has missed 41 possible matches under Erik ten Hag.

Kudus has been able to play as an attacking midfielder and false nine. He has been influential in these roles and has scored four goals in four games. He has also registered a career-best xG per 90 of 1.43.

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