Posta Rangers coach lauds midfielder Abdulrizak Mohamed

Posta Rangers coach ‘Pamzo’ has showered youngster Abdulrizak Mohamed with praise

Posta Rangers head coach Sammy ‘Pamzo’ Omollo has praised his attacking midfielder Abdulrizak Mohamed for wonderful skills.

The midfielder, who is an Aspire Academy product, has not had enough playing time but the coach says his work-rate and talent showcased during training is soon yielding fruits. ‘Pamzo’ has singled out the player’s tactical understanding and co-operation with colleagues as traits which will eventually shape him for more playing time in the league.

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"Abdul is a great young player who has shown good skills in training. He is ever ready to learn and always take competition positively. His position is our strength with Gearson Likono and Joseph Nyaga competing week in, week out. I know he will have more playing time," he told Goal .

Abdul started his career at Ujuzi Soccer Academy in Parklands before joining Ligi Ndogo SC in 2011 and Qatar based-Aspire Football Academy a year later. In 2014, he moved to UK based-Coventry University then joined Posta Rangers in 2016.

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