Coach Samuel Boadu opens up the reason behind Junior Kaaba’s invasion to Hearts of oak as fans react to his statement

In 20 games for his team, Junior Kaaba finished the season with 11 goals and 5 assists. The statistics are impressive, especially for an average team like Fauve Azur, which placed 10th out of 13 clubs in Group A of the league. His goal-scoring prowess assisted in allapping whatever residual relegation concerns Fauve Azur supporters may have had.

Rigobert Song sent him an invitation to join the Cameroon CHAN team, who have been in training since May, in recognition of his good statistics for his team.


Romelu Lukaku comparisons
The footballing world enjoys making pointless comparisons, whether it be between Salim Adams and Paul Pogba or Isaac Oppong and Neymar Jr.
We do have another, though.

Kaaba’s pace, skill, direct running and finishing ability have seen him likened to none other than Romelu Lukaku. Equally, the Cameroonian’s style of plays also means he is capable of operating anywhere across the front line – something the Belgian star was very capable of in the earlier parts of his career. As a fearless attacker, Kaaba constantly looks to commit his man and this is exactly what he specialises in.

He is always playing with his head up, knowing when to pass and when to run. Kaaba thrives in one-on-one situations, with defenders often left embarrassed as he darts away from them. Indeed, Lukaku – especially in his first spell with Inter Milan- had similar characteristics and a similar playing style. But let’s be honest, the new Inter forward is up there with the very best of the sport and it wouldn’t be fair on either player to compare them at this moment in time.

Kaaba’s pace, skill, direct running and finishing ability have seen him likened to none other than Romelu Lukaku. Equally, the Cameroonian’s style of plays also means he is capable of operating anywhere across the front line – something the Belgian star was very capable of in the earlier parts of his career.

As a fearless attacker, Kaaba constantly looks to commit his man and this is exactly what he specialises in. He is always playing with his head up, knowing when to pass and when to run. Kaaba thrives in one-on-one situations, with defenders often left embarrassed as he darts away from them.

Indeed, Lukaku – especially in his first spell with Inter Milan- had similar characteristics and a similar playing style. But let’s be honest, the new Inter forward is up there with the very best of the sport and it wouldn’t be fair on either player to compare them at this moment in time.

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