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I don't regret playing for Ghana — Adam Kwarasey Featured

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The Norwegian-born Ghanaian shot-stopper has debunked reports in the media that he regrets opting to represent the four-time Africa Cup of Nations title holders.


Black Stars goalkeeper Adam Larsen Kwarasey says he has been in seventh heaven for choosing to playing for Ghana at the senior level.

Kwarasey opted to feature for the West African nation over Norway where he earned his debut call-up in 2011.
Ghana legend Odartey Lamptey in an interview with Ahomka FM disclosed that the 32-year-old goalie has regretted his decision to play for the Black Stars of Ghana.
The Vålerenga agile goalkeeper has denied the statement from the former Anderlecht star and expressed his readiness to welcome another call-up to the Black Stars under Coach CK Akonnor.
“That is not true at all. I’m really happy and grateful that I have been allowed to represent Ghana," Kwarasey told Citi FM 
"I love wearing that jersey and, for me, that was the only thing I have ever wanted in terms of national team football,”
Kwarasey has been missing out from Black Stars call-ups since 2017.
He has capped 24 times for the senior national team of Ghana since 2011.
Kwarasey represented Ghana at the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations and the 2014 FIFA World Cup staged in Brazil
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