Ghanaian youngster Warden hoping to improve at Levidiakos in Greece
By Akyereko Frimpong Manson
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Ghanaian youth attacker Eric Warden has aimed to improve his playing statistics after a debut spell with Levidiakos in the Greek Super League.
The 21-year-old former Bechem United striker moved to Greece from Spanish side Celta de Vigo and joined second division side Fokikos in the 2012/13.
After an impressive first season with Fokikos where he scored 9 nine times in 23 games, he moved to Levidiakos in January to spend the second half of the season with the club but could only manage 3 Super League games due to an eye injury.
However, he has targeted improving performance to aim more playing time.
“I did an operation in my left eye so I wasn’t really active this season but when I recovered I managed a couple of games for the club but I hope to improve and transform my performance last season from Fokikos,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
Warden is one of the few players plying their trades in the Greek Super League.
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