Black Stars goalkeeper, Adam Kwarasey, has ended an 8-year stint with Norwegian giants, Strømsgodset.

The player, who played his last game on Sunday, has bid the club farewell – a fitting end to a relationship that saw him make some 181 official-game appearances.

Kwarasey, 26, didn’t extend his contract, when the Norwegian season came to an end – sticking to a promise he made sometime in October.

“8 years, 181 official games and 1 goal The time with Strømsgodset has come to and end. Great club, superb fans and wonderful players and good people in the staff….will miss you all. THANK YOU ALL 4 EVERYTHING!,” he posted on his official Facebook page.

End of an era
End of an era

Kwarasey joined Strømsgodset from rivals Vålerenga in 2007.

In what became a beautiful 8-year run, he remained the club’s first choice safest pair of hands for seasons, winning Best Goalkeeper in  2013.

He won the Norwegian league with Strømsgodset last year.

A member of the Black Stars team that qualified Ghana to her third World Cup in Brazil, he made his debut for the team in September 2011.

By: Obed Boafo/

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