Veteran Ghanaian Guard Alhaji Mohammed has expressed regret for not playing more with French Pro A side CSP Limoges; Mohammed spent two seasons with the club in Pro B.
He made this feeling known in a message on his Twitter page after getting inducted into Limoges Hall of Fame thanks to a standout run with the team.
Mohammed averaged 18 points and 16 points across two seasons before moving on to play in several European countries in 17 years as a professional.
Thanking the club for inducting him into the Hall of Fame, the 38 year old was quick to point out thoughts on his short lived career in Limoges.
“My only regret is that I didn’t get the chance to play for CSP for the rest of my career but am still happy that I had the opportunity just to be part of something special” he said.
Prior to the stoppage of professional basketball due to the Corona Virus pandemic, American born Mohammed had signed to play in the Basketball Africa League for Tunisian side US Monastir.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter