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Stay away from Slay Queens, Ibrahim Saanie Saara advices Mohammed Kudus

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Ibrahim Sannie Daara, the former communications director of the Ghana Football Association, has provided Mohammed Kudus with a comprehensive set of recommendations to ensure his success on and off the field, following Kudus’ debut for West Ham after transferring from Ajax. Daara took to Twitter to share his wisdom in 16 key points:

 

1. Work Hard and Listen to Coaches: Dedicate yourself to training and heed your coaches’ advice for valuable development.

2. Health and Rest: Prioritize your physical well-being with proper nutrition, hydration, and rest to handle the rigors of English football. Consistency in fitness and injury prevention is crucial.

3. Watch Your Videos: Analyze footage of your matches in your free time to identify strengths and weaknesses.

4. Marry Early: Marrying early can keep you grounded and focused, as exemplified by Abedi Pele and Stephen Appiah.

5. Slay Queens: Be cautious of distractions. Fame and fortune can lead to trouble; avoid those attracted to your status.

6. Family First: Continue to care for your family; they’ve always supported you.

7. Financial Responsibility: Manage your finances wisely and consider real estate investments due to the brevity of football careers.

8. Pray Hard: Stay humble and dedicated to Allah, finding strength in prayer and giving to those in need.

9. Listen to Good Advice: Surround yourself with people who provide honest feedback.

10. Stick to Football: Stay focused on your football career rather than pursuing music or fashion.

11. Humility: Maintain humility despite your success and wealth.

12. Partying: Enjoy yourself responsibly and avoid off-field issues, ensuring a positive image.

13. Follow Rules: Adhere to club rules regarding social media, diet, and curfews for your protection.

14. Media Scrutiny: Handle fan and media scrutiny with maturity, building resilience to cope with challenges and criticism.

15. Community Engagement: Give back to the communities in England, Ghana, and Nima, engaging with local activities and fans.

16. Represent Ghana Proudly: Remember your roots and serve as a role model for the youth by engaging in charitable projects.

 

Your success in England can inspire not only aspiring footballers but also young people in Nima, Ghana, and across Africa.

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