Manchester City starlet Yaw Yeboah says Dutch Eredivisie is good hunting ground for young talents
Ghana midfielder Yaw Yeboah says the Dutch League is a good hunting ground for young talents.
Yeboah, 20, enjoyed a fabolous loan spell at FC Twente where he featured 26 times and scored two goals.
The Ghana international, who is owned by Manchester City, says the Dutch Eredivisie is a good starting ground.
'I actually want to play football that was all I wanted to do since I was born, just to play," he told Accra-based Citi FM
"I don't care about whatever is behind anything, I just want to be on the pitch and play and make myself happy so going to Holland was a good thing.
He added: 'You can see more young players play in the Dutch league which is fantastic. Good Talents. A lot of footballers like Suarez, Zlatan and Atsu played in the Dutch League and so it weren't anything that anything that I thought would have affected my performance.
'I went in, I was able to fit in, I played a couple of games and I really did well and it continued like that so it has been fantastic.'
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