Posted On Friday, 9th August 2013
Norway-based goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey has returned to the Black Stars after missing two crucial 2014 World Cup qualifiers against Sudan and Lesotho.
The shot-stopper has been named in the Black Stars squad to face Turkey in a friendly next week as they prepare to face Zambia next month.
Kwarasey missed the two matches to undergone a minor eye surgery which was successful.
The Stromsgodset goalkeeper took full advantage of the one-month break of the Norwegian top flight in June to correct his eye problem.
He has since returned to top regular action for his club which led to the decision to recall him to the Black Stars.
The 25-year-old has featured in all league matches for his side Stromsgodset who are second on the table, two points behind leaders Rosenborg.
Kwarasey was the Black Stars’ first choice goalkeeper before losing his place to Fatau Dauda in the build up to the 2013 African Cup of Nations.
He is on a mission to regain his first team place.