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Former Asante Kotoko striker Sadick Adams has heaped praises on Black Stars assistant coach David Duncan for the role he played in his football career.
Adams featured for Ashanti Gold SC in 2007 where he made 19 appearances and scored nine goals before moving abroad.
The 30-year-old says Duncan played a key role in bringing him up at Ashanti Gold and offering him the opportunity to play with the first team at a young age.
"Coach Duncan has played a pivotal role in my career, he was the one who gave me confidence by letting me join the first team at Ashanti Gold from the academy to play a Tournament called Macufe in South Africa which we won in 2006," Adams told Sportsworldghana.
"He also gave me my debut in the Ghana Premier League which was against Feyenoord (WAFA) in which I scored and also assisted a goal. He had great belief in me and I never disappointed him."
Adams is currently without a club after leaving Lebanese outfit Shabab Bourj and has hinted that he could join Berekum Chelsea before the league resumes.
"I nearly joined Eleven Wonders but things didn’t go well so right now I am still thinking of which club to sign for. Berekum Chelsea is just like home for me so I can join them anytime but for now, I haven’t taken any decision yet."
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