Dan Quaye believes Ghana Football Association failed to nurture Dominic Adiyah’s growth

Former Black Stars defender Dan Quaye has blamed Ghana FA for Dominic Adiyah’s failure to graduate properly.

Dominic Adiyah played an integral role during Ghana’s U-20 success over the years

Being one of the stars of the team, Adiyah emerged as the top scorer and won the golden ball award in the 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Egypt.

Again, he was a member of Ghana’s U-20 side the won the AFCON in 2009.

Following his impressive exploits at the youth level, the striker was tipped to become one of Ghana’s best center-forwards.

Adiyah’s bright prospect attracted various European clubs, and in 2010 he sign for Italian giant AC Milan.

However, his stint in Milan was short, following a series of loan spells.

Now 32, Adiyah plays for Chaingmai United.

With huge expectations, Adiyah failed to turn up for the Black Stars.

And ex Ghana defender Quaye believes Ghana Football Association and the technical handlers of the national team are the cause.

“We don’t treat our players well. Now, the country is struggling to find Asamoah Gyan’s replacement.

“If we had taken good care of our players, by now Dominic Adiyah could have stepped up and bagged the goals for the Black Stars.

“If I may ask, where is Adiyah now? We are the cause of his downfall. I will blame the Ghana Football Association and the technical handlers of the national team for Adiyah’s struggle because there was no consistency in handling him a call-up.”

Despite being named in the 2010 FIFA world Cup squad. Dominic Adiyah has less than 30 caps for the Black Stars.

Dominic Adiyah's Ghana failure is FA's fault
Dominic Adiyah’s failure is Ghana FA fault, Quaye


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