Every year doing newspaper The Guardian a list of some of the world's biggest talents under the age of 18 years, and since the list was released a few weeks ago, FC Copenhagen Mohamed Daramy with. Therefore, it may, perhaps, wonder that I am the talent do not have a single U-cap behind it.
the Explanation is however simple enough: Daramy does not have Danish citizenship, so he cannot make up for the Denmark. However, it may change in the course of a very short time.
the Player tells to advice.dk, that his mother has passed the test to get Danish citizenship, and that, therefore, he also gets it because he is not 18 years old yet. It can happen, every moment it should be.
- My mother passed the test, so of course we hope that she gets it. If she gets it, I get it automatically, because I am under 18. So we have got to know here in October, that my mother's name was on the list of those who get the pass, so we expect to get it, says Mohamed Daramy.
There is great anticipation for the young Daramy. Photo: Lars Poulsen
He was born and has lived all his life in Denmark, but has sierraleonsk citizenship. Daramy, however, has not yet played any U - or A-international matches in Sierra Leone, and he will get the Danish passport, he comes not to it.
- So, I would of course rather opt for Denmark. It will be a great honor to get the Danish landsholdstrøje on, he says.
Also, in practical terms, will a Danish passport help Mohamed Daramy, who have certain difficulties, when he and FC Copenhagen and traveling around Europe. Some times it is easier to get into a european country with a Danish passport than a sierraleonsk. He missed, for example, the away game against The New Saints in the Champions League qualification due to visa difficulties.
- It will mean so much to me. There are not so many problems with udlandsturene, says the teenager with a grin.
Daramy is listed for 25 games for FC Copenhagen's reserve team, and a year ago he became the youngest scorer in the club's history. The talent there was never been any doubt about, and it is probably only the lack of a passport, which has kept him out of the various national youth teams.
-I trained with the first times as a U15 player, so I missed it when I was 15. But I'm becoming more adult, so I do not think so much about it now. It is not something I hold grudges over. It is not something big, but I am glad at least, if I can get it (a Danish passport, red.), said Mohamed Daramy.
He can get even a match for FCK, when the team meetings FC Nordsjælland in the cup on Thursday evening.
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