2014 World Cup: Middlesbrough star Albert Adomah counting on his Ghana form for big move

Albert Adomah hopes to sign for a big club.

Albert Adomah hopes to sign for a big club.

Middlesbrough winger Albert Adomah remains hopeful his performances for Ghana can earn him a deal with a top-flight side.

Adomah has spent his entire professional career playing in the lower divisions of English football.

The 26-year-old, who featured for Ghana at the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations, is set to make the squad to Brazil for this year’s World Cup finals.

Adomah says he amassed the requisite experience needed to thrive in the top division.

“Now I am playing for my national team, I think that is proving that I am able to play in a top league as most players from the Ghana national team are playing in the top leagues like in Spain and Italy,” Adomah told Sky Sports.

Adomah scored 12 goals in 42 appearances for Middlesbrough who finished 12th in the 2013/2014 Championship.

READERS COMMENTS

  1. asuku says:

    we fanx God Rabui is back. Can’t talk about
    midfielders without talking about Rabiu and you
    can’t talk about strikers for Brazil without
    talking about boakye yiadom. I believe we are
    going for the cup this time round and expect
    coach AA to do the right thing by calling
    dedicated players, nooo favouritism because of
    relationship you have with anyone and I believe
    God Almighty will shower his blessings on the
    team when the right thing is done.

  2. jeff says:

    Adomah himself wanna play in a top top league like the Spanish. We have a striker( boakye yiadom) plying is trade in the Spanish league but Coach AA is finding it difficult to call him. AA why why why, we want to achieve something in Brazil oo

  3. Benny says:

    Some of the stories on GSN makes me wonder whether the players pay money for psychological PR.What makes Adomah so confident to get the nod to Brazil.Even if he gets picked,l don’t see him playing any part.I won’t take anything pass AA ,he’s probably assured Adomah.
    I watched AA recent interview and l have never listened to any coach so naive.Maybe if AA has had any club level coaching experience,that would have helped.
    Ghanaians are fooled to believe that ,as a normal practice a coach goes to monitor his players,watch them play for their teams and makes the decision as to how he will set up his strategy.I was shocked to hear AA say that he doesn’t go to watch the players play for their teams but to visit them and give them a pack of his strategy and tapes to watch.This video is on YouTube .
    I am not surprised why AA picks bench warming Dauda ahead of Kwarasey.If you have a coach who is not bothered about how his players fare for their clubs,then where do you stand.Seriously after watching AA’s interview,l am not banging my hopes any high.

  4. Abraham Wilson says:

    I have always repeated that Richmond Boakye Yiadom is the kind of material Ghana has been looking for a long time now. unlike gyan, this guy is able to score match winning goals when needed…. AA has to be smart… he will surely fail if he selects the wrong players