Today January 25, 2022

Kudus Mohammed needs to trust the process – Laryea Kingston backs Ajax midfielder to rediscover form

Laryea Kingston has backed Ajax midfielder, Kudus Mohammed to bounce back from his injury setbacks.

The promising forward suffered a rib injury while playing for Ghana in the final round of games of the 2022 Fifa World Cup against South Africa last month at the Cape Coast Stadium.

The 21-year-old is expected to miss the upcoming Africa Cup of Nations [Afcon] next year due to the injury.

“It is all about your mind, it is about mental toughness, and it can be frustrating sometimes. I have spent time with him and I know he will be frustrated with the injuries but again, he is with the right club that can help him stay longer on the pitch,” Kingston told Citi Sports.

“He needs to trust the process, but I understand it can be difficult sometimes. It is sad to see Kudus go through this, Ghana needs him, and he is a key player for us, but he is in a good professional environment, and he knows what to do. It is dark days, but I know he can bounce back strongly,” he added.

Giving an update in November on Kudus’ situation, Ajax manager Erik ten Hag cast doubt over the possibility of the youngster returning to action in the next six weeks to end the year 2021.

“It is a serious injury that will take a while,” he said.

“I don’t know if he will be able to get into action this calendar year.

“It is very annoying that he was injured again.

“He had just been fit for a while and has played a number of games. He played a very good role against Borussia Dortmund. It’s extremely disappointing, especially for himself.

“He is deeply disappointed that it will happen to him again. We’ll have to pull him out and he’ll have to lift himself up again,” ten Hag added.

Source: Modern Ghana

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