Ghanaian teen sensation, Mathew Cudjoe has shared light on his maiden call-up to the Black Meteors about his invitation into the U-23 set-up as they prepare to face Japan in an international friendly.
The Legon Cities player who was part of the U-20 team that won the AFCON tournament in Mauritania believes his performance is what merited his call up.
In am interview with Kwame Dwomoh, the nimble left-footed player said his displays in the WAFU tournament and the AFCON U-20 did the magic for him “ because the WAFU tournament I did very well and was very influential in helping the team clinch the trophy, same like I did with the U-20 tournament but unfortunately people did not really watch the tournament”.
Mathew Cudjoe has found playing time very difficult at Legon Cities but is optimistic he will be able to help the team out of their difficult situation where they are currently in the relegation zone. “because where we are is not good and I also want to help they bought me to come and help so I will be able to help the team, we have good players and a good coach but that will be up to us to work things through”
Legon Cities play Aduana Stars this weekend at home “is a tough game but is not tough game because everybody believe they can outwit each other but the field will decide who wins” the winger further stated.