Bristol City’s Albert Adomah has bright future with Ghana - coach Goran Stevanovic

The 23-year-old has justified his Black Stars inclusion and can now look forward to international presence with the west Africans, which could be the turning point in his career
Ghana coach Goran Stevanovic has praised Bristol City midfielder Albert Adomah following his performance against Brazil and believes he has a bright future for the Black Stars.

The Serbian coach was impressed with what he saw of Adomah in his debut against the five-time world champions at Craven Cottage on Monday night.

Plavi told The Robins winger that his future with the 1982 African champions is bright for as long as he remains at helm of affairs in their quest to add their fifth continental trophy to their cabinet.

“I’m very positive about Adomah and about his future,” Stevanovic said, according to the Ghana FA website. “I was pleased with how he played and his training throughout the week. He will be part of the national team in the future.”

Adomah was born in London to Ghanaian parents, and he therefore had the opportunity to choose to represent his country of birth, or his nation of origin.

Acknowledging the call-up and debuting for Ghana against Brazil in the friendly match brings him one step closer to confirming his national team choice, but until he plays an official fixture he could still decide between the two countries.