Black Stars and Nordsjaelland winger, Kamaldeen Sulemana, says he likes to experiment at different positions on the field, so he can do what he does best.
This was after they used him as a center-forward in the Danish side’s 1-1 draw against Vejle Boldklub in the Danish Superliga on Sunday.
The 18-year-old said it’s different from his normal left-wing role, but a good experience as a striker and easy to adapt.
“It is of course different to play in the nine position against the Superliga teams, but I can draw on my previous experience,” says Kamaldeen Sulemana to the club’s website.
“So, I think it’s easier to adapt. As a striker, I have the opportunity to move around in different areas, find space and create chances for the team.
“It shows how dynamic I can be. I love that. Then I can do what I do best.”
The Right to Dream Academy graduate has made eight appearances in the 2020/21 Danish league and scored three goals while also creating a further three.
Kamaldeen was part of the Black Stars squad that played Mali and Qatar in Turkey during the October international break, but has not been called for the AFCON qualifying double-header against Sudan.