Anderlecht midfielder Majeed Ashimeru says the toughness of the Ghana Premier League helped shaped him well.
The 25-year-old started his playing career at WAFA and enjoyed two fruitful years before leaving the country in August 30, 2017 to continue his career abroad.
Ashimeru was one of the standout players at WAFA during their time in the Ghana Premier League, shining in the memorable 5-0 win over Hearts of Oak in Sogakope.
“Playing in the Ghana Premier League was a really good experience because playing at WAFA, it was everyone’s dream of going Europe first,” Ashimeru said on Star Connect.
“So when we had the opportunity to play in the Premier League and going to stadiums like Tamale Sports Stadium, it was like a crazy experience.
“But for me, it shaped me really well because the Ghana Premier League is really tough.”
Ashimeru, who has previously played for WAFA and Red Bull Salzburg in Austria has made 18 appearances for Anderlecht, scored two goals and provided two assist this season.