Norwegian-born Ghanaian goalkeeper, Adam Larsen Kwarasey has disclosed that he is filled with regret over his decision to feature for the male national football team, the Ghana Black Stars.
This is according to former Ghanaian intentional, Nii Odartey Lamptey, who said the player disclosed to him how he feels over his exclusion from the team coupled poor treatment metted out to him.
In an exclusive interview with Akoma FM, Nii Odartei Lamptey said Adam Kwarasey habours a quantum of pain against the team.
“I know where Kwarasey came from and all that. If Kwarasey decides to open his mouth and tell you what he went through… He regrets playing for Ghana”, Odartey told Akoma FM
He added that the poor reception given to foreign players of Ghanaian descent who decide to play for the nation is the reason why the likes of Ethan Ampadu, Eddie Nketiah, Tarip Lamptey etc are not willing to come back to help the Ghana Black Stars.
Adam Larsen Kwarasey decided to join the Black Stars at a time when he had the option of playing for the Norwegian national team, the country his mother hails from.
He was the safest pair of hands for the Blacks Stars in the 2012 AFCON and the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. The bizarre incident that happened in Brazil where he lost the starting position of Fatau Dauda following the 2-1 defeat to the United States in the first match gives him heartache.