Black Stars goalkeeper’s trainer Eddie Ansah says Adam Kwarasey’s stoppage instincts remind him of his youthful days as a goalkeeper.
“I see myself in Adam. He does everything like I did in my youthful days. He has great prospects,” were Ansah’s words in a post-press conference at the FA Secretariat last Thursday. “Adam is young but very effective, efficient and has good anticipation. Ernest Sowah and Daniel Adjei are equally good,” he added.
Reacting to how the absence of senior goalkeepers Richard Kingson and Sammy Adjei would affect the team, he gave the assurance that there was no cause for alarm.
The ex-Black Stars keeper stated that the three young goalkeepers had what it takes to stand the Nations Cup task in Equatorial Guinea/Gabon.
He revealed that the national team door was not completely shut to Kingson and Adjei completely, saying, “They are welcome anytime provided they are in shape as the coach has stated.”
Kwarasey, a Ghana international currently playing for a Norwegian side, Stromsgodset, is the Black Stars’ number one goalkeeper.
Source: Kofi Owusu Aduonum
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