CONFIRMED: Ex-Ghana star Adams Kwarasey to be unveiled as Black Stars goalkeeper’s manager

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Former Ghana Goalkeeper Adams Kwarasey has returned to Black Stars as goalkeeper’s trainer, can confirm.

The Norwegian born Ghanaian retired from professional football in 2020 after 13 years of professional football career, playing for teams like Strømsgodset, Vålerenga, Rosenborg and Bröndby IF. Following the appointment of former Newcastle United and Brighton and Hove Albion manager Chris Hughton as Ghana’s new boss, there has been changes in the technical team which affects the goalkeeping department.

Richard Olele Kingston has been relieved off his position as Black Stars goalkeeper’s trainer with role handed to former teammate Adams Kwarasey.

Kwarasey will be unveiled on Monday, March 20, 2023 in Kumasi as new member of the Black Stars when the Ghana Football Association(GFA) outdoors Chris Hughton ahead of 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Angola later this month.

The 35-year old made his national team debut in September 2, 2011 against Swaziland where, he kept a cleansheet in a 2-0 win in CAN Qualification.

He capped 24 times for the Africa champions and played at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil which saw Ghana draw 2-2 with Germany, a game which eventually was named best game of the tournament.

Meanwhile, changes at the national team level has affected the role of Team Manager as Mohammed Ameenu Shardow replaces Henry Martey.

Chris Hughton will also beef up the team with permanent video analyst.

Story Kolog Bonaventure

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