Ghana defender Daniel Amartey is finding it difficult to get playing time in the Fox after he was recovered from a long injury.
Amartey joined Leicester city from Danish Superliga side FC Copenhagen was regular under coach Claudio Ranieri and Claude Puel before getting an injury, but his return to action has been limited under the current manager, Brendan Rogers.
But his former teammate Ahmed Musah believes that Amatey is going through difficulties in the Leicester City because of changes of coaches by the team.
The Nigeria superstar reveals that changes in coaches have a great effect on players because the playing time of play determined by the managers.
Speaking to TV3’S Juliet Bawuah in an Instagram interview, the player said, “Is not about your performance, as you can see as my friend Daniel from Ghana, as you can see he played a lot of games at Leicester but now a day he is not playing so are you going to say he is not performing well? Why as he playing then ad why is he not playing now,”
“So like I said different coaches like the way you play, some like the way you play. The only thing is to have another better place to go”.
Musah and Amartey played together in the Foxes before the Supper Eagles star left for Saudi Arabian Club Al Nasser