- Joseph Aidoo has been adjudged the Player of the Month for February at Spanish La Liga side Celta Vigo
- The Ghana international is winning the accolade for the second month running following his outstanding performances for Celta Vigo
- Joseph Aidoo signed a contract extension at the club in January and he is expected to make the Black Stars team for the Nigeria game
Joseph Aidoo has won the Celta Vigo Player of the Month for the second time running this year following his outstanding display in the Spanish La Liga.
The 27-year-old was in swashbuckling form for club in the month of February, as Celta Vigo conceded only three goals.
The club announced the Ghana international as their player of the month on their official website, gaining the most votes from fans.
Joseph Aidoo featured in the games against Rayo Vallecano, Cádiz, Levante and Atlético de Madrid.
Celta Vigo lost to only Atletico Madrid in the month, as they continue their impressive campaign in the league.
His outstanding display is huge boost for Ghana ahead of the World Cup playoff against Nigeria next week. He is expected to be named in the team for the double header.
Joseph Aidoo wins January Player of the Month at Celta Vigo
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Ghanaian center-back, Joseph Aidoo, has won the award for the best player in the month of January at Spanish topflight side Celta Vigo.
The 26-year-old earned the most votes from fans of the club to beat his teammates to the top award.
The club announced the defender as the winner on their official website, with the Ghanaian footballer expressing delight for the recognition.
Joseph Aidoo handed contract extension at Celta Vigo
Ghana centre-back, Joseph Aidoo has been rewarded with a new contract at La Liga outfit Celta Vigo following his impressive display in Spain this season.
The 26-year-old has been in top form for the Sky Blues, convincing the club's top hierarchy to extend his deal to 2026.
Celta Vigo announced the extension of the defender's contract on their official website with six months remaining on his original deal.
Source: Sports Brief News