Blackstars player and U20 world Cup winner Rabiu Alhassan Mohammed who currently plays for Paris Fc in the second tier of French league has exclusively declared to Oman FM Sports that he’s not desperate to come back to the Blackstars because some other young players also deserve to be given chance.

Speaking on Oman FM Sports show Rabiu “Momo” Mohammed said though Blackstars is not over for him because he’s still playing but he’s not crying for it.

“It’s good when i get another opportunity to play for team but even if i don’t get the opportunity again am happy with what God has done for me so far so i will pray for those players who get the opportunity now for them to bring that trophy we’re all crying for so me it’s not a must that i should come to Blackstars” Rabiu said.

Rabiu Mohammed who became one of Ghana’s best midfielders after the U20 World Cup in Egypt got injured after the Brazil 2014 World Cup and sidelined for two years before moving to his current club Paris FC in French and he was regularly performer for his club until the Corona virus outbreak.

By Clement Osei Aboagye

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