Kwarasey undisturbed by AFCON 2015 qualifiers snub

Ghana international goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey says he does not feel scandalized by the decision of the Black Stars technical team to leave him out of the squad for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifying double hurdle against Uganda and Togo next month.
The 26-year-old who described Ghana’s World Cup campaign a sick experience spoke in an interview with an Oslo-based online newspaper after Coach Kwesi Appiah announced his squad for the qualifiers to the Morocco AFCON on Wednesday.
“I have not specified that I would take a break from the national team, but for me there is no crisis that I do not get called up,” Kwarasey told ntbSport.
The Stromsgodset captain who recently criticized the efficiency of Black Stars goalkeepers’ trainer Nassam Yakubu after the Brazil World Cup maintains he does not regret his statements.
“No one forced me to say something. I said what I felt about what I experienced during the World Cup. It’s not my problem, they do not take it,” he said in the Wednesday evening interview.
Ghana will host Uganda at the Baba Yara Stadium on Friday, September 5 before travelling to face Togo in Lome the following weekend.
Credit: footyghana

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