Former Black Stars goalkeeper, Adam Kwarasey, has revealed he’s a staunch supporter of Ghana Premier League giants, Hearts of Oak.
The Norwegian-born Ghanaian who made the decision to join the Black Stars in November 2007 spoke all things outside football in an up-close and personal session with Joy sports George Addo Jnr.
Often tricky to make a choice between Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko because of their huge following, Kwarasey hesitated but got there in the end.
“Can I answer that question?” Kwarasey asked with a smiley face before making his choice.
“Hearts of Oak Of course, Sulley Muntari plays for Hearts and he’s my guy, so definitely hearts Of Oak.
Kwarasey made his international debut for Ghana against Swaziland in the 2012 Afcon qualifiers and was the first-choice goalkeeper at the main tournament where the Black Stars finished fourth.
He made two appearances during the Ghana 2014 world cup qualifiers and started in goal for the Black Stars in the opening defeat to USA in Natal.
Click link to watch full up-close session.
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