The Hearts of Oak goalkeeper claims he was lured into signing the Black Stars resignation letter by his Israeli club without knowing the real contents
Former Ghana goalkeeper, Sammy Adjei says he never planned to retire from the Black Stars in 2008.
The Accra Hearts of Oak goalkeeper said he had never thought of retiring but was forced by his Israeli club, FC Ashdod to quit after he decided to leave them for an international assignment.
In an interview with Accra based, Asempa FM, the 32-year-old claims the resignation letter was written by his club and not him.
“I was given conditions to stay or risk losing my starting place if l left for the 2008 Afcon.”
He claims he was cajoled to sign a letter to back his support his participation in the tournament, only to realize later that it was a resignation letter.
He took a swipe at the Ghana FA especially the former vice president, Fred Pappoe, insisting the top FA official knew about the issue but never defended tried to defend him.
Sammy Adjei has struggled for a spot in the Hearts of Oak of team and he is yet to take a decision on his future.