Ghanaian midfielder Enoch Adu Kofi has stated that he’s very disappointed with the fact that he hasn’t been given the opportunity to play for the Black Stars in a long time.
Adu Kofi only made one appearance for Ghana. He played in a friendly against South Africa on 11 October 2016 and has not been called up since, despite his consistency at club level.
“I feel very disappointed [being away from Black Stars] because winning the league over there, doing what we can do and then playing every game.
“As a player, you will feel disappointed. My wish is to help the nation and I am always willing. You feel like you’re being rejected. When you’re watching, you feel like you’re doing it better than someone.”
Since moving to Europe in 2008, the 31-year-old, who began his career with Liberty Professionals, has made over 200 appearances.
Adu Kofi has four league championships, one with Nordsjaelland in Denmark and three in Sweden with Malmo (two) and AIK (one). He has also won two domestic cups.
Enoch currently plays for Mjallby AIF.