Black Stars defender Kasim Nuhu has shared his thoughts on the German Bundesliga which is set to resume this Saturday.
The league was suspended due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic but is due to return this weekend behind closed doors.
With Dusseldorf battling relegation, Kasim Nuhu in an Instagram live interview said it will be difficult to play without the fans.
“Football is always played with fans so playing behind closed doors will affect some of us. Because we have always been playing in front of our amazing fans, “
“It’s going to be very tough for us because, playing without fans, for example, we [Fortuna Dusseldorf] are the last but three club on the table so it’s going to be very difficult because we will need our fans to cheer us on. So that we can get the [needed] motivation from them [fans] to deliver.
“Playing behind closed doors is like playing on neutral grounds.” Nuhu is quoted by Goal.
Nuhu currently on loan from Hoffenheim has made 14 appearances so far scoring twice in the process.
The former Medeama SC player marked his debut for the Ghana Black Stars in November 2017 under former head coach Kwesi Appiah.
Check out the Bundesliga fixtures for Saturday, 16 May 2020
B Dortmund v Schalke
Augsburg v Wolfsburg
RB Leipzig v Freiburg
Hoffenheim v Hertha Berlin
Frankfurt v B Mgladbach