Ghana coach Kwasi Appiah has revealed that all attempts to have goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey back into the Black Stars fold have hit the rocks.
According to the gaffer, the Norwegian-born pops up with one excuse too many.
Kwasi Appiah returned as manager of the Black Stars in May and has already supervised the team in eight games.
It will be recalled that in his first squad for the Afcon 2019 qualifier against Ethiopia in June, Kwarasey was among the pool of 30 players invited but he failed to show up citing family emergency.
Speaking to Nhyira FM, Kwasi Appiah revealed: “There is no single call-up where I don’t consider Adam Kwarasey.
“I talked to him and asked Richard Kingson [goalkeepers’ trainer] to take it up from there.
“Whenever it is almost time for call-ups he makes excuses.
Though he failed to clearly state his next action on the 29-year-old shot-stopper, coach Appiah added: “No player should feel bigger than Ghana.”
“Ghana is bigger than any player,” he noted.
Adam Kwarasey was among the goalkeepers shortlisted by former Black Stars coach Avram Grant for the 2017 Afcon earlier this year but the Valeranga player pulled out of Ghana’s squad with a “minor injury.”