Former Manchester City player Yaw Yeboah has revealed that he enjoyed his time playing in Spain.
Yeboah, who joined Polish club Wisła Kraków this summer on a three-year deal from Spanish side CD Numancia spoke about his time in Spain saying that he enjoyed this time at Real Oviedo.
“Hard to say,” he said when asked about his favourite country he played in. “It can be said about all these countries that football is of a really high standard there,” he added.
“For a young footballer like me, the most important thing was to play as much as possible. That’s why Manchester loaned me to other clubs so that I could gain experience. And so I was able to play for Lille, Twente, and then the Spanish period in my career began.”
“I had a good time playing Oviedo, and I have good memories of Numantia, Celty Vigo as well. Everywhere I was, I was gaining new experiences and learning,” he concluded.
by Leroy Hawkson|TalksAfrica.com