Ghana midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah has confirmed that he will return to international duty in September after four years of self-imposed exile from the Black Stars setup.
The new Inter Milan midfielder has not played for the national side since 2014, but has told KweséESPN that he is sticking to a promise he made to Ghana boss Kwesi Appiah to make himself available for the African Cup of Nations qualifier against Kenya in September.
"I have made a promise to come back to the national team in September and I am sticking to that," Asamoah began. "I hope to stay fit and then that will happen, because I always said I needed time away to deal with the injuries."
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One of the key figures seeking to lead a new Ghana Football Association (GFA) has proposed an interim management board and an interim management committee to oversee intended reforms within the local football structure.
Nana Yaw Amponsah, who owns Division One side Phar Rangers, has proposed prominent personalities to man the two interim bodies to steer the Ghana football system onto the path of reform.