Thursday, November 15, 2018 sports news
Ghana's midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah returned shockingly to Inter Milan's Italian side just three days after he left Black Stars claiming he was hurt.
His presence at Inter Milan on Wednesday has caused anger between the Black Stars fan
Asamoahs was trained on a Wednesday afternoon in Milan, while his Black Stars trained to prepare for Sunday against Ethiopia.
Detection is a shock to many football fans, because his appearance on Inter Milan's workbook describes other images in his attitude towards the national team.
Although he can indeed be called a traumatic training, others claim that he intentionally avoids playing nationally.
His absence also puts GFA in bad light, as they strongly defended his absence, but he has now discovered that the federation is not subject to Kwadwo Asamoah's state of health before he turns him out.
The beneficial man was named the Kwesi Appiah team for Sunday's qualification against Valais in Addis Ababa, but did not miss the assertion that he was injured at the weekend.
The 29-year-old claimed that he was hit hard by the Inter "4-1" victory that Atalanta beat the series on Sunday.
"Kwadwo Asamoah was expelled from Ghana and Ethiopia is being re-injured as a result of road injuries," the Ghana FA statement began.
"The Inter midfielder experienced a swollen path after winning over at the weekend at Atalanta."
Consequently, Asamoahs has made the 10th series of "Nerazzurri" after he moved from Juventus to a free transfer in the summer, after six successful years in Turin.
"Asamoah would not be available to Ghana's African People's Fellowship against Ethiopia in Addis Ababa," the statement went on.
"According to official Inter, the condition of Asamoah has been intermittent and urgent medical attention is needed."
The former Udinese man's international career was wounded, and Asamoah returned to Ghana in September only after a four-year suicide exile from the Black Stars camp.
Appijs has chosen not to be an alternate.
After two races, Ghana ranks third in the AFCON Group F qualifier, has tripled so far, although they played two games less than Kenya's leader and Ethiopia in second place.
Their October doubles against Sierra Leone was canceled because FIFA stopped it after the government intervened to fight the alleged corruption of SLFA.