Six African player who has improved in 2019: Even No. 3

Am so surprised viewing number 3 as a player who improved in 2019 after all the mistake he normally do when playing soccer.. its so amazing
Am so surprised viewing number 3 as a player who improved in 2019 after all the mistake he normally do when playing soccer.. its so amazing

Am so surprised viewing number 3 as a player who improved in 2019 after all the mistake he normally do when playing soccer.. its so amazing

  1. Amine Harit

Amine Harit appeared to have the world at his feet at times last season, and during Morocco’s World Cup opener against Iran, when he caught the eye with a fearless display. However, things have unravelled since. The wonderkid killed a pedestrian while driving in his homeland after returning from Russia, and his form at Schalke 04 has dipped this term. With only one goal and one assist to date this term, he’s been making more headlines for his nocturnal forays to casinos, and is in danger of wasting his immense talent

  1. Jordan Ayew

Jordan Ayew: In truth, Ayew has often improved following the midway point of a season, but in this case, he certainly needs to buck up his act over the coming months. The Ghana international took 15 games to open his account for Crystal Palace after pushing for a move from Swansea City in the summer. He netted against Wolverhampton Wanderers earlier this month as the Eagles picked up a valuable win, but in truth, with Christian Benteke out of form, Roy Hodgson needs much more from Jordan.

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  1. Kelechi Iheanacho

Kelechi Iheanacho: With Jamie Vardy struggling for fitness during the early portion of the season, Iheanacho has received ample opportunity to shine. He’s already played more minutes this term than he managed during 2017-18, and has started more games—nine to seven. However, he’s demonstrated a lack of confidence in front of goal, and has netted just once to date, wholly failing to replace Vardy’s killer impact. Claude Puel has defended the Nigerian, arguing that he hasn’t been receiving the service, but Iheanacho’s poor finishing can’t be tolerated indefinitely.

 

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  1. Steve Mounie

Steve Mounie: Like Palace, Huddersfield Town are struggling for a cutting edge up front. Unlike the Eagles, however, the Terriers appear destined for the Championship due to their offensive failings. They’ve scored only 13 in 21 goals this term, and need a drastic improvement in 2019. Mounie, signed for a club record £11.5 million, but has struggled to adapt to the Premier League, even if injuries were an excuse last term. His service hasn’t been good enough, admittedly, but unless he improves his minutes-per-goals record—one in 1046 this term—the Yorkshiremen are destined for the drop.

  1. Eric Bailly

Eric Bailly made the African Best XI that was unveiled at the Caf Awards earlier this week, much to the surprise of anyone who’s closely followed Manchester United over the last year. The defender struggled to return to the form he demonstrated during his maiden season in the Premier League, and lost his way under Jose Mourinho. He has the quality to bounce back under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer this year, although a red card against Bournemouth in the final game of 2018 doesn’t bode well.

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  1. Raphael Dwamena

Raphael Dwamena is another Ghanaian from whom more is expected in 2019. The forward joined Levante in the summer, alongside Nikola Vukcevic and Moses Simon, but all three have failed to shine under Paco Lopez. Considering the form he showed in Switzerland with FC Zurich, and the fact that he was linked with a move to Premier League Brighton & Hove Albion, Dwamena has been a massive disappointment. To date he’s managed just 70 minutes across five substitute outings, and is unlikely to remain in La Liga for too much longer at this rate.

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