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“They will have to start paying taxes” – Mohammed Kudus playfully warns imitators of his goal celebration

“They will have to start paying taxes” – Mohammed Kudus playfully warns imitators of his goal celebration

West Ham United sensation Mohammed Kudus has playfully joked that players emulating his iconic goal celebration may soon find themselves paying taxes for the privilege.

Since joining West Ham from Ajax Amsterdam, the 23-year-old has made a significant impact in the Premier League, delighting fans with his skill and flair.

Kudus has also been finding the back of the net regularly, including in the Hammers’ recent 4-3 loss to Newcastle United.

His trademark celebration involves running to the advertising board, facing the West Ham supporters, sitting on it, and folding his arms—a move that has captured the imagination of fans and players alike.

“I just thought about something out of the box and then some other people followed it up.

Now there’s a conversation about whose is better.

I’ll have to come up with another juice and put more spices in the tin.

It’s all about resting after scoring a goal,” Kudus told the Guardian.

I just see it as entertainment, something to make people happy and worth the ticket that they bought.

But soon they will have to start paying taxes.”

With 17 goal involvements in all competitions this season (12 goals and five assists), Kudus continues to dazzle on the field, leaving a lasting impression with both his performance and his playful celebrations.

Source: ghanasportscenter.com

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