Ghanaian midfielder Patrick Arthur says it has been a good start for him in Sweden though outside thing are a bit tough.
Arthur joined Swedish Sodra Division 1 side Angelholms FF last month from Ghanaian outfit Dreams FC and has risen to become a key member of Alexander Tengryd’s side.
The midfield enforcer maintains that he has gotten the perfect start he needed in his professional career though environmental changes have been very challenging.
“Five games and two man of the match awards is a good start for me as an individual who joined the team late. ” Arthur told footballmadeinghana.com
“As I always say, time and changes so I’m looking forward to improve as a player and work myself out to get a bigger Offer when the time is due but seriously it’s been a great experience for me here in Sweden”
“It has not been easy with me because I need to get My self used to the weather but seriously the Still believe slogan has kept me pushing n working hard,”
Arthur further emphasized that there are lots of differences between the Swedish game and the Ghanaian game both in the playing aspect and facilities.
“In Ghana we do more of man marking but in Sweden is more of Covering of spaces And their football is more technical than Ghana. Also the facilities here (Sweden) helps you to develop as a footballer.” he added.
The budding midfielder is expected to feature on Sunday when Angelholms host Lunds.