Top Striker Kofi Kordzi broke the much acclaimed English Language post match interview with a sweet, smooth Ewe never heard on the international football podium before.
The bulky attacker took to the Ewe Language to express his readiness to bang in the goals for Accra Hearts of Oak having scored a brace in the outstanding Ghana Premier League Match against Berekum Chelsea.
It is the first time in in the Ghanaian Domestic top flight that a player has taken to the Ewe Language at a post match interview on international Television.
“Mɔɔ vua zɔ”, Kofi Kordzi said followe by series of free flowing Ewe with StarTimes’ Eli Kondoh who had no option than to allow the attacker express himself with follow up Ewe Questions.
In his latest article titled Kurt must hear this Journalist Jerome Otchere asked that players are allowed to speak in Languages they are comfortable in, a plea StarTimes Commentators heeded to, leading to the striker nicknamed ‘Aveyime Drogba’.
The Decision to allow the Striker express himself in the Ewe Language has recieve wide range public applause with many taking to social media to laud the initiative.
Following his brace capping show, Kofi Kordzi @KKordzi9 has assured fans that the floodgate has been opened for more goals, going forward.
“Mɔɔ vua zɔ", he said! ✊😁
Thank you, striker!👏🙌❤️💛💙 pic.twitter.com/qR13pgQHgr
— The Phobian Radar on Youtube (@ThePhobianRadar) December 29, 2021
I love this😅 Ewe interview 💖👌 Give it to @startimesghana. We’ve been advocates of this. No point stressing players over English when they actually can’t express themselves well. Nice job @Elikondoh pic.twitter.com/xSlOj81QPM
— Jerome Otchere (@JeromeOtchere) December 29, 2021
— Phobians – GPLChampions🏅🏆 (@HeartsOfOakGH) December 29, 2021