The privilege of representing one’s nation on the global sports stage is often regarded as the zenith of an athlete’s career. This sentiment is eloquently articulated by the highly skilled footballer, Mohammed Kudus, who views adorning the national colors not merely as an obligation but as a rare honor. Mohammed Kudus, an acclaimed football talent from Ghana, comprehends the profound significance of wearing the national team jersey. In a recent interview, he underscored that representing his country transcends individual achievements.

Kudus perceives it as a rare privilege that goes beyond personal accomplishments, bearing the weight of national pride and the potential to serve as an inspiration to millions. According to him, this privilege entails a responsibility to make positive contributions to society and to serve as a source of inspiration for future generations of athletes.

“For me to be a part of the national squad is a huge privilege for me and my family and it comes with a huge responsibility representing over 30 million people who are inspired by you”

“I am fully committed to it and I always do my best when I’m in the shirt. Ghanaians should keep supporting and praying for us and we will do our best in the tournament”

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