Safeguard Samuel Inkoom has unveiled that he has missed playing for the Black Stars yet focused on that he is striving to recover his spot in the group.
The accomplished right-back was important for the Black Satellites side that that won the 2009 U-20 FIFA World Cup in Egypt.
Inkoom turned into a central member for the senior public group. He played for the Black Stars somewhere in the range of 2008 and 2016, highlighting at various Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON), just as the 2010 FIFA World Cup, where Ghana arrived at the quarter-finals.
The previous Asante Kotoko right-back as of late joined Georgian topflight side Torpedo Kutaisi and says he'd love to play for the public group once more.
"I do miss playing for Ghana. I have done a ton with my nation it's consistently extraordinary to serve. I'm actually giving a valiant effort and playing and I will adore any chance to do it once more," he revealed to Joy Sports.
Inkoom has persevered through an understudy vocation, having now played for 13 clubs since he turned into an expert footballer.
In any case, he desires to remain at Torpedo Kutaisi for a more extended period, demanding he needs to assist the club with winning prizes.
"Torpedo is extraordinary compared to other customary clubs in Georgia. The club has great instructing staff and great offices just as a decent playing body.
"I have been to such countless nations regarding football. I'm likewise here to carry my experience to bear having played in the World Cup the UEFA Champions League and each stage that a player needs to play on," he added.
Inkoom has recently played in Switzerland, France, Ukraine, Greece, Portugal, Turkey, and the United States (US).
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