Ghanaian Professional Footballer, Jonathan Mensah has said he is ‘undroppable’ in the Ghana National Team, the Black Stars when he sat down on ‘Face 2 Face‘ to discuss his life on Citi TV.
The Columbus Crew Defender emphasized his stance in the Lineup of the Senior National Team considering himself as a defender the Black Stars cannot do without.
With his level of confidence, eventhough could not make the Starting Lineup in the AFCON 2020 Qualifying Matches, Jonathan Mensah believes he is still a pillar in the team with his experience and skills as a defender.
He also touched on why he joined the MLS side, Columbus Crew which is not among the competitive leagues in the world. He stated “I discussed with my family, they loved it and supported me to make the move and i did”. This was how he responded to people who criticized his move.
In addition, the Columbus Crew defender talked about humanitarianism as a service. He shared his motivation and inspiration for undertaking philanthropic work both in Ghana and his neighborhood in the US.
Winning Humanitarian player of the year in 2017 at the Columbus Crew end of year awards, the Jonathan Mensah Foundation as spearheaded by the player and managed by wife, Kafui Mensah, their major vision is “aimed at providing logistical support, donations and funding to under-privileged institutions and orphanages across the country”.
Source: Vibeweek.com | Sylvester Owusu Antwi