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Goalkeeper Daniel Agyei not disappointed with Black Stars snub for Turkey clash

Published on: 12 August 2013
Daniel feels bad but not disappointed

Ghana goalkeeper Daniel Agyei insists he is not disappointed after being snubbed for Wednesday’s friendly against Turkey.

Coach Kwesi Appiah left out the 23-year-old from his  now reduced 19-man squad for reasons yet to be made public.

However there are those who believe the goalkeeper has paid the price for his perceived dip in form.

But the former Liberty Professionals shot-stopper insists he has no had feelings.

“I am not disappointed at all. Everybody wants to see me in post but if the coach doesn’t need you for a particular game, there is nothing wrong with it,” Agyei said

“I must admit that I feel bad but if I have not been called up there is nothing I can do. I always want to be part of the national team.”

“I  just joined a new club in South Africa and so need time to settle.

Agyei conceded four goals during his debut for Free State Stars last week.


This article has 3 comment(s), give your comment
  • Big Boss says:
    August 12, 2013 06:41 pm
    What is the difference between 'feeling bad' & 'disappointed? He's just confused after the four goals nightmare!
  • donking says:
    August 12, 2013 07:31 pm
    massa this guy has been given enough tym to prove to ghanaians that hes actually up to the task bt to no avail, its abt tym he retire, jst look at this shambolic performance in his debut game, he shld go his way
  • Bra Joe Luuksharp says:
    August 13, 2013 08:25 am
    You guys just open your mouths and air anything you want, do you know what brought about the 4 goals? Even after the match,their coach confirmed there was nothing he could do to stop those goals while they were even a man down with a first debut match and even praised him for a good work-done. He is always called up to the National team but never get the chance to keep,so what are such call ups for? This is where he is needed more to keep better form for the National team.