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Ghanaian forward Ibrahim Mustapha feels good at Serbian giants Red Star Belgrade

Published on: 26 January 2022

Ghanaian forward Ibrahim Mustapha is fired up for the second half of the season after Red Star Belgrade recalled him from his loan spell at Radnicki Mitrovica loan. 

The 21-year-old has signed a three-year contract extension at Red Star Belgrade after impressing in the Serbian second-tier where he scored seven goals and assisted three.

In an interview on the club website, Ibrahim said it feels great to be with the first team.

"I feel good here. I have never trained like this before, but as a footballer, you have to be ready for everything the coach asks of you. It is great to train with the first team of the Red Star and it is a real privilege that I can be on the field together with these great players".

"I feel great and proud. Everyone helps me a lot to fit in better, both on and off the field. I hang out with Ohio a lot, so I'm slowly fitting in. We stand close on the field, it helps me how to position myself and find the right place to score a goal. That means he can help me score as many goals as possible".

Ibrahim also referred to the previous part of the season, which he played great, considering that he scored seven goals in Radnički from Sremska Mitrovica during the fall.

"The first part of the season was great. I played well, so the goals came in a row."

The international from Ghana pointed out that he would do his best to use every opportunity

"The coach gives the opportunity to young players. Everything that others do, we young people do. We participate in everything, which helps us a lot. I'm ready for anything. If I get a chance now, I'll do my best, and if I don't, I'll wait for the next one, I promise."

The former  EurAfrica FC player also talked about the pace of training, but also mentioned that he has enough time to rest.

"The pace of training is quite strong, so we are a bit tired, but we plan everything well, so we have enough time to rest. We are trying to make the best use of it, in order to be as ready and rested as possible for the next challenges " Ibrahim concluded.

By Richard Gyasi

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