Kumasi Asante Kotoko striker, Dauda Mohammed has unfold that he was made to play in most of his side’s game matches in the just ended Ghana Premier League under pressure.
Dauda believes he was overburdened by his Kumasi-based outfit in the 2015/2016 top-flight league following his series of national assignment with the Ghana U-20 side.
The dependable striker was able to score eight goals for the Porcupine Warriors in the just ended Ghana Premier League finishing the season at the 3rd position with 46 points.
The 18-year-old acknowledged that his club is bereft of forward line options which he believes is something which has affected his performance in the just ended league campaign.
Speaking to Kumasi based Angel FM, Dauda said, “There was a lot of injuries that hit the team as there weren’t any option than for me to play. For example, in our game against Wa All Stars most of the players like Obed Owusu got injured and the teams were bereft of front line options. I had to sacrifice and play in the game.
“If such situation happens, you the player need to be engaged a lot for your club. Most at times, I’m even forced to play matches which I normally decline but to no avail.” He added.