Aduana Stars’ shot-stopper, Stephen Adams, has denied rumours that the club had decided to offload him after a long-standing romance.
Adams said, “my brother, it is not true Aduana Stars want to sack me; please ignore such reports.”
He confessed that he was not at his best last season because of a number of injuries he sustained during Aduana’s campaign in the Ghana Premier League.
He, however, promised to bounce back strongly this season since he had just resumed training to get himself into full fitness.
He said but for a nagging knee injury throughout last season he was in fine form and had no problems with anybody in the club and was, therefore, surprised to hear a section of the media peddling such falsehood about him.
“As I speak to you now I am a recuperating well and so I just started training last week,” he said confidently.
Adams was part of the Black Stars team at the last World Cup in Brazil two years ago, following his outstanding performance at the African Nations Championship (CHAN) hosted in South Africa.
The stoutly-built goalkeeper burst onto the local scene when the Dormaa-based club gained promotion into the elite division six years ago and went on to win the GPO for the first time.
Adams never looked back, thereby earning call-ups into the a number of national teams.