The youngster has turned down another opportunity to represent the Black Stars ahead of the World Cup playoffs
Swiss-born striker of Ghanaian descent, Kwadwo Duah, has once again rejected a call-up to represent Ghana ahead of the 2022 World Cup playoff against Nigeria, according GHANAsoccernet.
Ghana interim coach Otto Addo is believed to have held discussion with him for a possible nationality switch but things have fallen through at the eleventh hour.
The 25-year-old, who has been in a good form this season in the Swiss top-flight with St. Gallen after bagging ten goals in 24 games, was born to Ghanaian parents in England and later relocated to Switzerland at a young age with his family.
As a result, the young striker is eligible to represent either England, Ghana or Switzerland at the senior level but the youngster is not willing to play for the country of his extended family despite several persuasions.
Duah is a youth product from BSC Young Boys and made his Swiss Super League debut on July 30, 2016 against FC Lugano after replacing Yoric Ravet by the 78th minute.
Ghana is billed to play Nigeria in the first leg of the playoffs at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium on March 25 before playing the second leg four days later in Abuja.