Nii Adjei Feels Ghana Premier League Is Tougher Than Congolese League

Posted On Friday, 12th April 2013

Daniel Nii Adjei in an aerial challenge in the Congolese league feels the standard of the league is low

Daniel Nii Adjei in an aerial challenge in the Congolese league feels the standard of the league is low

Former Asante Kotoko midfielder Daniel Nii Adjei insists the Congolese Super League cannot match the standard of the Ghanaian top-flight league.

The 24-year-old moved to the Stade du TP Mazembe in a protracted deal worth around $400,000 last October.

Adjei spent close to five seasons in the Ghanaian top-flight with Kotoko and was voted the best player of the League last season and earned a called-up into the Black Stars squad before he left to Lubumbashi.

However, after a short spell in the Congolese elite division, he is far convinced the Congolese have a lot to improve on.

“I’ll say the Ghana league is ahead of the league here because if you look at officiating for instance, it’s far below the standard in Ghana and talent here is down too,” he told Accra-based Oman FM.

Adjei has also dispelled rumours he could be farmed out to Don Bosco, another Congolese club.

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