Accam: I must work harder for Chicago Fire

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The Ghana international believes he has a big role to play in turning around the club's poor away form

Chicago Fire attacker David Accam admits he must work harder to improve the team's performance in Major League Soccer.

The Ghanaian has been the outfit's star man since joining the team in December 2014.

And having seen the Men in Red lose their last three away games - conceding nine times - the Black Star realises the need to start a revival from his end.

“I feel sharper and stronger and can see the difference [in my game],” Accam said, according to the Chicago Tribune.

“I know I can do better than what I’m doing.

“Hopefully I can get into my game more so we can get points on the road.”

So immense has been Accam's influence on Fire, winning back-to-back Most Valuable Player of the Season and Top Scorer of the Season accolades at the club in the last two campaigns.

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The Accra-born netted 10 times in 24 league appearances in his first year before scoring nine goals in same number of matches last season.

This campaign, the former Helsingborgs man has found the back of the net on two occasions in eight games.


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