Ghana International center-back Kassim Adams Nuhu has revealed why he lost his position at German Bundesliga side TSG Hoffenheim.
According to the former Young Boys player, he lost his position because he went against the club’s decision denying him from playing for the Black Stars.
“I think it was CK’s time. He invited me for a Black Stars game against South Africa during the AFCON qualifiers and the problem was the team did not want me to come,” he told Medeama FM.
“I left and came to represent the Black Stars and that was when all the whole issue started and it was the period when COVID-19 had heightened.
“But I was one of the few guys who had contracted the virus and I was confident I was not going to contract it for three to four months, but the club were adamant.
“However, I still left to play for the Black Stars and that was the genesis of the whole issue.”
The former Medeama kingpin is yet to make a Bundesliga appearance this season after seven games for the Blue and Whites outfit.
Due to this, the 26-year-old defender has been left out of the Ghana team in recent call ups after losing his position at club level.