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Bordeaux coach opens up on Enock Kwateng substitution against FC Metz

Published on: 10 February 2020
Bordeaux coach opens up on Enock Kwateng substitution against FC Metz
Enock Kwateng

Girondins de Bordeaux coach Paulo Sousa has disclosed the reason behind Enock Kwateng substitution during their 2-1 win against FC Metz on Saturday.

Kwateng has been impressive since returning from a long break in the wake of his brother’s death.

The 22-year-old has however completed only one game out of the four matches he’s played since being reinstated in the starting line-up.

The story did not change as the right-back began well in the game against FC Metz but was replaces with Remi Oudin on the 20th minute mark to the dismay of their fans at the Stade Saint-Symphorien.

But coach Paulo Sousa says he substituted the Ghanaian due of injury.

“Enock was down, yes , and that’s why we pulled him out. He’s a powerful player who gives you breadth but he also made the decision to come with the ball inward, to do one-two and work in his lane.”

“He's a player who can give you a lot, but we made the decision to take him out because on a physical level he didn't feel really completely fine.”

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