Former Asante Kotoko forward Dauda Mohammed has revealed his reasons for not making the recent Black Stars for the African Cup of Nations qualifiers and the four nation tournament in Japan.
Speaking in an interview with TV3, the Anderletch foward who is on loan at Cartegena said that he had to reject Oto Addo’s invitation to be able to settle some family issues.
“Just recently, coach Otto Addo spoke to me. He said he saw me doing good things in Spain. After the game against Madagascar, I had the call to join the team [Black Stars] for the Kirin Cup but I had some family issues that I needed to sort out,” the 24 year old told TV3.
Dauda further stated that he is willing to move from Belgium based Anderletch to any club that offers more playing time.
“I want to move out from Anderlecht to a club that has a good project for me and to get enough playing time for sure so that when I play more, I can earn more call-ups to the Black Stars,” the attacker told TV3.
Dauda who is on loan from Anderletch, scored 9 goals in 39 appearances in the Spanish lower division for FC Cartegena.