Can Patson Daka thrive at Leicester?

Can Patson Daka thrive at Leicester? Patson Daka achievments begun at 16 with the national appearance

Zambia’s Patson Daka achievements so far have been nothing but phenomenally exquisite. Will Patson Daka thrive at Leicester? Here, this been part of the player focus is the quick peruse of Patson Daka achievements before we delve deeper at his role to be played out at Leicester.

A senior National team debut at 16, 3 Junior COSAFA cup belts before 20, an African under 20 golden boot at 20, Africa Under 20 player of the tournament, and golden boot award creamed with an African Young player of the year award.

A Uefa Youth League gold medal followed by an outbreak of Austrian Bundesliga titles three in total, an Austrian Bundesliga golden boot, and a 32 million pounds move to the current holders of the FA Cup in the premier league: Leicester city.

Patson Daka is a devastating concoction of Focus, concentration, and execution and the stats he carries to the premier league must send waves of terror down the spines of every defense in England but what really has Leicester city signed?

Not many players succeed with one super quality that they possess but Patson Daka has. The Zambian international has some demon speed and everything about his prowess in front of goal which the world has now become accustomed to hangs around the wheels under his feet. His style is so organic yet of absolute orgasmic intrigue.

From Kafue Celtic through the ranks he has been through, Patson Daka is already an all-rounded player in line with his ability in front of goal but Leicester city fans must also be impressed by his defensive abilities. He is used to a system of pressing and counter-pressing at Salzburg.

The question everybody must ask is does he have the right mentality and attitude to commit to the pressure for demand at one of the best teams in the most demanding league in the world?

It a question that time will fully answer but this is a boy who has been through it all, pannel-beaten and forged in the hottest furnaces: Booed by his countrymen at the age of 16, thrived as the second striker behind Dabur, thrived as a second striker behind Haaland and he won’t have problems with the European Weather and thunderous stadium atmospheres having moved to Europe when he was sixteen.

He is a hopeful mind and a spirited body who will perhaps need to quickly work on his abilities to steal the ball off the feet of defenders even when the defenders have had full control of the situation.

The English Premier league is that intense and Patson will only need to be fleak footed and take every chance given with surgical precission.

By Walliey Christiano Mukena

Is a passionate author at Zedsoccer and writes about the Zambian super league.

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