‘I need no pressure’ – Ghana forward Ibrahim Osman downplay vacuum to fill for Nuamah

Ghana forward Ibrahim Osman downplay vacuum to fill for Nuamah

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Another Ghanaian talent on the block in the Danish Superliga Ibrahim Osman has downplayed the vacuum he would have to occupy at FC Nordsjaelland being left by his countryman Ernest Nuamah.

The youngster Ibrahim Osman considered with huge prospect is expected to fill Nuamah’s void at Nordsjaelland, following his big-money move to French Ligue I side Olympique Lyon. Nuamah left a big mark by scoring 12 goals and assisting four in 29 matches despite first season.

He went on, to sweep all the awards at the end of 2022-23 season including the Coaches Springfield award, player of the season and Players player of the season award.

The task seems tough for Ibrahim Osman who has also started his career on a good note but he insist, he is under no pressure to become the next big star at FC Nordsjaelland.

Osman, who is also a Right to Dream academy graduate, has hit the ground running this season since the start of the 2023/24 campaign and has been involved in five goals in nine games so far.

He has one goal and four assists to his name across all competitions for the Tigers.

“It’s a good feeling because now I have more game time, but I have to prove more,” he said when quizzed about the development of his game.

“I need to just keep on working hard and listen to my coach day-in-and-day-out so I can reach the top level like [Ernest] Nuamah.

On feeling Nuamah’s shoes he added, “Not actually a big pressure. I know myself and how I play. I just need to keep on playing the way I play.”

“No need to have pressure on me.”

Story Kolog Bonaventure

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