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Former USA coach Brabdley believing in Ghana midfielder Adu Kofi in Norwegian top-flight

Published on: 02 April 2014
Enock Adu Kofi is enjoying playing time at Norwegian side Stabaek

Former Ghana U17 star Enock Adu Kofi is back to regular playing minutes under ex-USA manager Bob Bradley after his move to Norwegian side Stabæk Fotball from Belgian side Club Brugge.

The 23-year-old secured a loan move from Club Brugge to the Nadderud Stadion in Stabæk after enjoying an inconsistent season in the Belgian top-flight, making a handful of appearances.

But Stabæk manager Bob Bradley - former USA national team head coach, knowing the value of the midfielder ushered him into his starting line-up and he completed the entire 90 minutes as they trounced Sogndal 3-0 in the opening day of the Norwegian season.

Bradley, who lost twice to Ghana at the World Cup and also suffered elimination from the Africa World Cup qualifiers for 2014, has now gotten an appreciation of Ghanaian players and is ready to use the midfielder in the entire season.

Kofi moved to Club Brugge from Danish side Nordsjælland two seasons ago in a reported 2-million-Euro move but could not excel at the club.


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