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I’ve always been working hard for Black Stars adventure – Nathaniel Adjei


FC Lorient defender Nathaniel Adjei has revealed that he has always been working hard for the opportunity to represent Ghana at the senior level.

The 21-year-old center-back earned his first Black Stars call up in Otto Addo’s squad that will take on Nigeria and Uganda in March international break friendly games.

Adjei, who is very versatile and can play so many positions across the backline, has been very consistent for Hammarby in the Swedish league until his January transfer to Lorient in the Ligue 1.

Speaking to 3 Sports, the 2021 U20 Africa Cup of Nations winner said playing for the Black Stars is an opportunity he has been waiting for.

“I’ve always been looking forward to that adventure. As a young player, you need to work harder to reach higher heights. I have been working hard and I am pleased.”

Ghana will face Nigeria on March 22 before playing Uganda four days later in Morocco. Adjei will be looking to make his debut for the national team.



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