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“I Won’t Change” Kudus Sends J-Lo Message

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Mohammed Kudus has spoken publicly about his future with West Ham, particularly regarding new Hammers head coach Julen Lopetegui.

Kudus was speaking at the Ghanaian Football Awards, where he won Goal of the Season for his mazy dribble against Freiburg in the Europa League.

Kudus was asked by the on-stage hosts whether it would be difficult to adjust to a new coach and tactics at West Ham next season.

“It’s part of a footballer’s job to be versatile and to be able to adapt to different styles and coaches. Personally, my style of play always stays the same, but I try to blend in with the type of football the coach wants,” said the Ghanaian.

“It’s difficult to adjust to new systems and tactics, but that’s just part of our job. I’m going to just continue to be me and try to do my best for the team and the new coach.”

Personally, I’m growing slightly more relaxed with the Kudus situation now. One gets the impression that the player isn’t agitating for a move away from West Ham and is focused on the season ahead.

It’s also good to see him relaxing and enjoying some downtime ahead of the new campaign, while so many of his colleagues are on international duty.

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  • Jeeps says:

    Don’t change it if its not broken.
    Moyes insisted on playing players out of position due to not having sufficient backup.
    It didn’t work.
    Hopefully there will be enough professional ethics to leave well alone.
    Providing defence is upgraded substantially front row can concentrate on scoring.
    This will suit everybody

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