Ghanaian midfielder Mohammed Araphat joins Nordsjaelland from Right To Dream Academy

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Ghanaian midfielder Mohammed Araphat joins Nordsjaelland from Right To Dream Academy

After 8 years at the famous Right to Dream Academy in Ghana, Ghanaian midfielder  Mohammed Araphat is the latest player to officially sign for the Dan

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After 8 years at the famous Right to Dream Academy in Ghana, Ghanaian midfielder  Mohammed Araphat is the latest player to officially sign for the Daniah Super League side FC Nordsjaelland.

The Right to Dream Academy has been a haven for nurturing football talents in Ghana, and Mo Araphat is the new kid to follow the footsteps of Ghanaian professional footballers like Mohammed Kudus, Ernest Nuamah, Kamaldeen Sulemana, and Ibrahim Osman, who recently signed for Brighton & Hove Albion in England.

Other stars from other countries like Ivory Coast internationals Simon Adingra of Brighton, and Mohammed Diomande of Rangers all passed through the Right to Dream Academy.

Mohammed Araphat, 18, expressed his delight after signing his first contract for the Danish Club.

“It feels really good to be here at FC Nordsjælland. I can’t wait to get started. I have already attended some training and it has been really good so far. But of course also hard. It is a high level and you have to fight and perform at every training session if you want to be able to keep up,” he said after signing for the club.

“I am determined to give everything I have in me to achieve the best results with FC Nordsjælland. Of course, I want to show everyone what I’m capable of on the pitch, but that first requires me to show myself on the training pitch – and that’s where my focus is now,” Araphat added.

“Naturally, I have been able to follow the journey that many of the Right to Dream players who have been at the club have taken. And it is a huge inspiration for me to see the steps they have taken – both in FC Nordsjælland and subsequently in the bigger leagues,” he inferred. 

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