Ghanaian Niger born Yusif Daouda Moussa has expressed excitement featuring for his side in the just ended WAFU competition held in Ghana, leaving the shores of the country two years down the lane.
The former Proud United maestro crossing the red-sea to Niger has featured in the U-17,U-20 and now the senior local side for the ‘Menas’ and helped them clinched bronze medal in the tournament.
The fast raising star in an interview with Kwese sports said “Is a pleasure participating at the WAFU competition here in Ghana, where l was born and breed”.
Playing alongside two Ghanaians (Kofi Dankwa and Mohammed Ali) in the competition as well, on how he found himself in the Nigerien Jerseys revealed “someone saw me play, liked the quality l possessed and linked me up to Niger”.
The midfielder having the legibility to play for the Black Stars as he hopes, featuring only in the lower ranks and senior local team for his newly found country comparing the quality of Nigerien soccer to Ghana noted “Nigerien football is now growing, searching for talents and still adding-up to their quality of play”.
Having an excellent campaign in the tournament with the ‘Menas’ of Niger added teams have started approaching him for his signature, as Ghanaian outfit Accra Hearts of Oaks approached him during and after the tournament.
Adding it would be an opportunity he would grab with two hands, returning to his home country to represent the Phobians.
By: Eric Annan