Ghanaian striker Mohammed Anas delighted with impact at Maritzburg United after Kaizer Chiefs snub

Mohammed Anas

Mohammed Anas

Ghanaian striker Mohamed Anas says he was delighted with his impact at Maritzburg United after being overlooked by Kaizer Chiefs.

The 20-year-old had a trial at Chiefs last was not handed a deal and he went on to sign for United.

His six goals and three assists in 17 Premier Soccer League matches have made him a talking point.

Anas is satisfied with his impressive start in the South Africa top-flight.

“I was playing for the Golden Boys academy back home in Accra as a youngster. Then I went to Swaziland, and while playing there, Doc Khumalo [Chiefs assistant coach], saw me playing, and he invited me for trials. But I was not able to get a contract there, and later when the chance came to join Maritzburg, I was very happy to go,” the told Maritzburg’s official website.

“Yes, so far it has gone well and I’m happy overall. But I still need to work hard to reach my goals, and I plan to do this together with my team-mates.

“I have been warmly welcomed by the management, technical team, and players, and my family and I are really enjoying ourselves in this city.”

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