WAFA defender Musah Nuhu has revealed that he is more restricted at the Sogakope-based side compared to his days at New Edubiase United.
Musah Nuhu, 19, joined the Academy Boys from Bekwai-based New Edubiase United following their relegation from the Ghana Premier League last season.
Admitting he has learnt a lot and is still learning at WAFA to keep improving, Nuhu admits being restricted from doing a lot of things including movements as compared to his days at his former side.
“Here (WAFA), our movement is restricted unlike New Edubiase. At New Edubiase, we had the opportunity of roaming about but it is not like that here,” Nuhu told GHANAsoccernet.
“At New Edubiase, we had the freedom of going out after training but here, we only have the club house to ourselves after training. So sometimes I feel restricted but I am adopting very well,” he added.
The Black Stars B center back has been in tremendous form for the league leaders bagging three goals from 15 appearances.
The roly-poly center back has inspired his side to conceding the least number of goals in the league, ten out of 20 matches.
By: Sheikh Tophic Sienu @desheikh1 on twitter