Former Black Stars goalkeeper Sammy Adjei joins Desires FC as goalkeepers’ coach.
Desires FC have appointed former Ghanaian goalkeeper Sammy Adjei as their new goalkeepers’ coach.
The ex-Hearts of Oak netminder is predicted to carry a recent strategy to the workforce’s goalkeeping unit as they put together for the upcoming 2023/24 season.
Along with his in depth expertise, Adjei joins the teaching workers of the Ghana FA Cup champions, who’re reinforcing their workforce in anticipation of their first African season.
The membership made the announcement on their official Fb web page, stating, “Former Black Stars goalkeeper Sammy Adjei is our new Goalkeeper Coach.”
Sammy Adjei is widely known as among the finest goalkeepers to emerge from Ghana. He performed a big position in main the Black Stars to their first-ever World Cup qualification and in addition guided Hearts of Oak to a number of titles.
His contributions have been instrumental in Hearts of Oak’s victories in opposition to Esperance de Tunis in 2000 and 2001, in addition to Zamalek of Egypt within the CAF Champions League and CAF Tremendous Cup. Throughout his time with Hearts of Oak, the workforce clinched the Ghana Premier League title six instances in a row.
Throughout his worldwide profession with the Black Stars, the extremely revered goalkeeper represented his nation in 37 matches.
Desires FC can be making their debut within the CAF Confederation Cup, with their first match scheduled in opposition to Milo FC of Guinea.
Desires will start their marketing campaign with an away match in Guinea, adopted by a rematch on the Accra Sports activities Stadium.