Ghana U20 midfielder Clifford Aboagye has hinted at the massive impact in his football career after featuring at the 2013 FIFA World Youth Championships in Turkey.
The 20-year-old who will be appearing at his second Global tournament says the World Cup has made a great influence in his life as a footballer.
Aboagye rose to prominence after helping the Black Satellites clinch bronze at the last edition of the competition and also winning the bronze ball award.
The FC Granada midfielder has however revealed the enormous impact the tournament has made in his career.
"Playing at the World Cup changed my life a whole lot. I had already signed for Udinese, but I got the whole world watching and Granada came calling afterwards,” the former Inter-Allies midfielder told Fifa.com
“People were talking about me during the tournament. My game also got better, because I learned throughout the tournament from our opponents, from my team-mates and from other players.”
The diminutive midfielder is however expected to use his experience in the previous edition of the competition to help the Black Satellites to yet another enviable feat at the World Cup.
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