Samuel Inkoom eyes Black stars return

Former Kumasi Asante Kotoko and Torpedo Kutaisi defender, Samuel Inkoom has revealed his desire to return to the Black stars set-up once again after several years of absence.

Speaking to JoySports, the experienced right back said that he is ever ready to deliver, should the opportunity be given by head coach C.K Akonnor in the coming days.

“I miss playing for Ghana and I’ve done a lot for our country.
Every coach has his philosophy and game plan and once I’m still playing, why not? If there is an opportunity and he says he likes how I’m playing and how my system can suit whatever he wants to do, why not?
I will play for Ghana”, he told JoySports.

The 31year old further revealed that he joined Torpedo Kutaisi of Georgia to win trophies and not any other thing.

“I am targeting the league title. I know how the game goes here in Georgia and I want the best”

“Torpedo is one of the best traditional clubs in Georgia. The club has good coaching staff and good facilities as well as a good playing body. I have been to so many countries in terms of football. I am also here to bring my experience to bear having played in the World Cup, the UEFA Champions League and every stage that a player needs to play on,” he told Joy Sports.

He won the U-20 FIFA World Cup and appeared at two FIFA World cup tournaments for his homeland  Ghana.

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