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“My Childhood Club is Barcelona Because of Messi” – Mohammed Kudus

West Ham’s dynamic midfielder, Mohammed Kudus, recently disclosed in an interview that his childhood admiration for FC Barcelona was fueled by Lionel Messi.

The Ghanaian player, who has been in exceptional form this season, has garnered attention for his remarkable performances, drawing comparisons to the legendary Argentine forward.

In an interview with EAFC, Kudus expressed his fondness for Messi’s Barcelona, citing them as his preferred team to watch while growing up.

His admiration for Messi’s skill and influence on the team was evident, stating, “Which team did I like seeing growing up? Barcelona… What was it about them? Messi, easiest one.”

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Despite joining West Ham only this season, Kudus has quickly made his mark in the Premier League, leading the charts for the most dribbles completed.

His impact on the team has been significant, contributing to 17 goals across all competitions.

West Ham’s manager praised Kudus for his impressive start in the Premier League, acknowledging the challenges of adapting to a new league and country.

The young midfielder’s remarkable performances have led to suggestions that he could be a strong contender for the African Player of the Year award.

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