I don’t miss Black Stars because the team is not my girlfriend, wife, or mother – Razak Brimah

Source theghanareport

Ghana shot-stopper Razak Brimah is not bothered about being overlooked in the selection of players to represent the Black Stars.

The 35-year-old made his national team debut in 2013 and was Ghana’s first-choice goalkeeper during the 2017 African Cup of Nations.

However, in June, Brimah was left out of Ghana’s recent team, which played Madagascar and the Central African Republic (CAR).

Ghana coach Otto Addo favoured Jojo Wollacott, Lawrence Ati Zigi, Richard Ofori, and Abdul Nurudeen over the experienced goalie.

Reacting to the recent developments in the Black Stars, Brimah, who plays for Deportivo Linares in the Spanish Segunda Division, said, “I am a Ghanaian and a player, and whenever black stars arrive at my door, I will open it to them because I love Ghana. I have not missed the Black Stars since the team is not my girlfriend, wife, or mother, but if given the opportunity, I will prove it”.

He spoke in an interview after an FA Cup match between Bechem United and Temale City FC.

The veteran goalkeeper was in fantastic form as Deportivo Linares drew 1-1 with San Fernando on Sunday to secure a playoff spot with two games remaining in the 2021 season.

The goalkeeper helped Deportivo Linares gain promotion from Segunda C to B just a season ago and feels he is better than any of the current Blacks Stars goalkeepers.


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