Former Black Stars midfielder Baba ‘Amando’ Adamu says he is ready to play in Ghana’s premier league, but will only play for either Asante Kotoko or Accra Hearts of Oak.
According to the former Lokomotiv Moscow player, he was nursing an injury but now he is fully fit and has already started serious training towards registering for any of the two biggest clubs in Ghana.
“I’m determined to play for either Hearts of Oak or Asante Kotoko in the second round of the season and that is why I have started working on my fitness,” Baba Amando told Accra-based Onua FM.
“If Kotoko comes first and we agree on a deal I will play for them. If Hearts of Oak too comes first and we are able to agree on a deal I will play as well, no doubt about that.”
Baba Amando started his football career with Agona Swedru All Blacks in 1997, joined Asante Kotoko in 1998 before moving to Europe where he played for Al Shabab in UAE, Lokomotiv Moscow in Russia, Sakaryaspor in Turkey among a host of other clubs.
He returned home and rejoined Asante Kotoko for the 2007-08 season, moved to King Faisal from 2008-2011, and also played for Berekum Chelsea in the 2011-12 season.
Source: Onua Sports