Kwarasey evasive after crunch talks with Avram Grant

first_imgGoalkeeper Adam Kwarasey is keeping the fallout of his meeting with Black Stars coach Avram Grant to himself.Grant is in a move to lure back the Timbers stopper who has shunned all attempts to feature for the national team since his perceived ill treatment by technical handlers at the 2014 World Cup.He manned the post in Ghana’s opening group defeat at the hands of the United States but was dropped from the starting line-up in the games that followed. He showed his bitterness post the World Cup by accusing the Black Stars goalkeepers’ trainer, Nassam Yakubu, of treating him unfairly.Attempts by stand-in coach Maxwell Konadu (now assistant to Grant), to have him return during the qualifiers to the 2015 Afcon fell on deaf ears and Grant, in his move to discuss Kwarasey’s concerns and see to his return, met him after last Sunday’s MLS win over New York City FC.He has chosen to describe the meeting to MLSsoccer.com as nothing special :“It went OK; it wasn’t anything special. We just had a short chat, and that was it.” Ghana FA spokesman Ibrahim Sannie Daara in an interview with Graphic Sports had claimed Kwarasey held frank discussions with coach Grant, stating that the doors are still open for him to return and he will have to fight for the No.1 spot but the former Stromsgodset man refused to reveal details of the talks.“That’s between me and him,” he said.“We’ll see where it goes from our meeting,” said Kwarasey, who is having a brilliant time at his new club in the United States.–Follow Gary on Twitter: @garyalsmithlast_img

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