Agyemang-Badu represented the Black Stars at five Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) finals and 2014 FIFA World Cup. The player was part of the youngsters who tried everything possible to win the first U20 World Cup for Ghana and Africa as a whole.
“Although it’s been a while I’ve been out of the national team, I’m here today to say the nation has been very excellent to me throughout my career with the national team,” Badu told Football Made in Ghana. “On this day after talking to my family and loved ones, I think it’s time to officially retire from the national team". Agyemang-Badu scored the winning penalty as Ghana beat Brazil to become the first African country to win the youth competition.
He was an integoral squad member at two World Cups and five Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) tournaments, earning two silver medals. The 28 year old who joined Hellas Verona on loan in the ongoing transfer window revealed during his unveiling performance.
“African football very different from the European one, more physical in Africa. I think I will return home to close my career,”. Badu is a big fan Ghana Premier League giants Asante Kotoko and it is likely to be his final destination before he retires. Ghana midfielder Agyeman Badu has disclosed his desire to end his playing career in Africa.
The state of the former Black Stars midfielder has been very bad due to injuries and yet he want to get back on the pitch to prove that he still get the abilities to get better. The supporters will be putting much pressure on the recovered midfielder in Ghana now. It is more on results but not on the fame, we hope the board will go in for the player due to marketing wise but the supporters will not be patience when the results are not coming.
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