- The Aston Villa star-man has been in top form in the English Championship, notching 11 goals in 20 league games.
- Ghana coach James Kwesi Appiah has overlooked the 30-year-old on his second return despite his awesome form for Villa in the English second-tier division.
- Adomah made his Ghana debut against Brazil, featuring against the likes of Alex Pato, Ronaldinho, Neymar, Ramirez and Lucio.
- He was a member of the Ghana squad that played at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
- The left winger says he will take his Ghana chance when he is given an opportunity one more time.
Aston Villa’s Ghanaian winger Albert Adomah has openly said he is waiting to another opportunity from Ghana and will never forget his Black Stars debut against Brazil after featuring against Neymar and Ronaldinho.
Adomah, 30, has bagged 11 league goals in 20 – his best scoring form ever in any league competition and has aimed to score more before the end of the season.
The right-footed winger who has been deployed on the left by manager Steve Bruce says it’s difficult to play from the left as a right-footed player.
Villa are gunning for a return to the English top-flight and the former Middlesbrough has singled out the atmosphere at the Villa Park as the best thing about Villa.
He also reveals he exchanged jerseys with Pato and Ronaldinho but didn’t keep any of the jerseys instead gave them away to a friend and his brother.
The ex-Bristol City hilariously mentioned Ghana as favourite to win the 2018 FIFA World Cup but quickly says either Brazil or Germany could clinch the title.
Below is the full interview from Aston Villa TV uploaded on Youtube.