Former Ghana player Dan Quaye has berated the Ghana Football Association over Dominic Adiyiah’s inability to achieve his maximum potential.
Adiyiah was widely regarded as a great player after he was named The Most Valuable player in the U20 FIFA World Cup in 2009.
He was given his Golden Shoe for the top-scorer with his 8 goals across 7 games as the Black Satellites were crowned champions.
In the end, Adiyiah was elevated as a member of his place in the Black Stars and featured at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa however, since then, not much has been reported about him.
From signing an impressive agreement for Italian titans AC Milan to now being a free agent since he was let go from Thailand Chiangmai United in January this year.
“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 Adiyiah could have stepped up and bagged the goals for the Black Stars,” Quaye said.
“If I may ask, where is Adiyiah now? We are the cause of his downfall.
I will blame the Ghana FA and the technical handlers of the national team for Adiyiah’s struggle because there was no consistency in handing him a call-up,” he added.
Adiyiah celebrated his 32nd birthday on November 29.