Spartak Moscow’s Dutch-Ghanaian forward Quincy Owusu-Abeyie says his team has a good chance of becoming the Russian Premier League champions for the first time since 2001.
The Muscovites are just 1 point behind leaders – and UEFA Champions League sensations – Rubin Kazan, with two games remaining in the season. The Ghana international says they are capable of upstaging Kazan in the two remaining matches as he thinks their opponents can drop points.
Despite having been on the books of Ajax and Arsenal, Quincy's undoubted talent has yet to reach its full potential, while the he has played for four different clubs in the space of only two years.
Quincy, considered the club's joker by his teammates, told RT that he’s ready to forget about his discipline problems and get his career back on track with Spartak.
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