Kwadwo Asamoah makes himself available for Ghana after four-year absence
Kwadwo Asamoah makes himself available for Ghana following four-year nonappearance
Juventus footballer Kwadwo Asamoah has guaranteed Ghanaians he will soon end his four-year Black Stars oust.
The 29-year-old last played for the senior national team in 2014 when he highlighted at the FIFA World Glass in Brazil.
He has from that point forward either turned down the opportunity or not been called up.
In an Interview on Peace FM, Asamoah said he has officially informed Kwesi Appiah (Head Coach of Ghana Black Stars, Football Team) of his goals to make a rebound to the Team.
He clarified that repeating wounds constrained him to sideline himself yet feel the time is correct and will ”soon be wearing the national hues.”
Asamoah has been topped 69 times by Ghana since his introduction in 2008.
In the mean time, at club level, it’s been another successful campaign for the previous Udinese playmaker. He has won his 6th back to back Serie A title and also a fourth progressive Coppa Italia.
Altogether, Asamoah has won 13 trophies with Juventus, making him the most designed Ghanaian player in Europe.
Regardless of their residential predominance, Juventus missed the mark concerning finishing their long sit tight for an European title as they endured a quarter-last leave this year.
Juventus were questionably thumped out by Genuine Madrid after ref Michael Oliver granted the holders a late punishment which was coolly changed over by Ronaldo. The English ref has since become public adversary number one in Turin.
In any case, as indicated by Asamoah, Juventus have proceeded onward from the failure and are anticipating next season.