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Black Stars returnee goalkeeper Stephen Adams vows to stay

Posted On Saturday, 25th May 2013
Stephen Adams says he has come to stay in the Black Stars.

Stephen Adams says he has come to stay in the Black Stars.

Aduana Stars goalkeeper Stephen Adams has described his Black Stars return as timely and says he is there to stay.

He has been named in Kwesi Appiah’s 25-man squad released on Friday for June’s 2014 FIFA World Cup double-header against Sudan and Lesotho on the road.

The 26-year-old earned his debut call-up three years ago when he was listed in Ghana’s  provisional 2010 FIFA World Cup squad.

Adams joined the team their pre-tournament camping in France but was dropped for the finals in South Africa.

“The disappointment at the time helped boost my confidence rather and the lesson was that I needed to do more,” he told MTNFootball.com exclusively.

“I felt great when I heard the news and it has soared. It is really an honour to serve the national team and I don’t want to be out again.”

Adams return to the national team was facilitated by Norway-based Adam Larsen Kwarasey’s availability for the two assignments.

The latter is set to undergo an eye operation next week; ruling him out for June’s international duties.

“Even if two goalkeepers are going to be called I want to be among them. Kwarasey’s return will not be a problem for me. I’m going there to work hard and stay in the team.”

Adams was named Ghana Premier League Best Goalkeeper in 2010 when his side won the league.

 

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