Hearts of Oak midfielder, Ibrahim Salifu says he agrees with former coach Ignatius Osei Fosu that he’s no more the player he used to be at Eleven Wonders after moving to the capital.
Salifu joined the Phobians in the second round of last season’s Premier League on a three-year deal.
He won three man of the match awards and also helped the club to win the Ghana Premier League as well as the FA Cup.
His former coach Ignatius Osei Fosu in an earlier interview with Wontumi radio stated that Salifu Ibrahim is no more the Salifu Ibrahim he used to know at Eleven Wonders.
However, Salifu on the same platform accepted Ignatius Fosu’s assertion that his performance has dropped since crossing carpet from Eleven Wonders to the Phobian side.
“I agree with him (Ignatius Fosu) that my performance has dropped since I joined Hearts”— Salifu told Wontumi TV
“In Eleven Wonders we didn’t keep much time in our half with the ball before we move to the opposition box, we used a lot of long balls. But at Hearts, my role is different, we use a lot of short passes” he added.
Salifu Ibrahim scored one goal for the Phobians in the just ended Ghana Premier League.