Ex-Ghana goalkeeper Adam Larsen Kwarasey has shared a guidance to all players who need to change ethnicity to initially play for Ghana.
The 34-year-old was brought into the world in Norway yet turned into a Ghana international in 2011 and proceeded to show up for the West African country.
Kwarasey additionally played for Ghana at the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) and the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
Like the previous goalkeeper, a few players who were brought into the world in Europe have communicated interest in playing for the Black Stars in front of the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
The Ghana FA is presently on the radar of England-conceived players Callum Hudson-Odoi, Tariq Lamptey and Eddie Nketiah.
There is likewise interest in Spain-conceived Inaki Williams and his more youthful sibling Nico Williams, who at present play for Athletic Bilbao.
Kwarasey has, be that as it may, exhorted the previously mentioned to address Ghana since they need to, and not on the grounds that they were dismissed by the nations of their introduction to the world.
“They need to come for the right explanation I’ll say. I realize they presumably need to encounter the World Cup however I want to believe that they come since they need to address Ghana and not on the grounds that they were not chosen by another country,” he told Joy Sports.
“I feel that is number one – they should be there since they need to play their hearts out for Ghana. Number two is hard in light of the fact that it’s been some time since I have been near, so I don’t actually have any idea how things are finished in camp, yet change rapidly and do your best fundamentally.”
In the mean time, the Black Stars have been matched against Uruguay, Portugal and South Korea in Group H of the 2022 World Cup.