Born in Accra on 1 September 1980 (age 39) Samuel Adjei popularly known as “Bamako” is a Ghanaian retired footballer who played for Accra Hearts of Oak SC and the Senior Soccer team of Ghana the Black Stars. Sammy Adjei was a goalkeeper with a height of 1.86 m (6 ft 1 inch).
He played for Accra Hearts of Oak from 1997-2004 and then moved to Tunisia to play for Club Africain for one year and came back to Accra Hearts of Oak to play for another year. He moved to Israel and played for Ashdod Fc from 2005 – 2008. He came back again to Heart of Oak to end his career from 2008-2013.
Sammy played for the Senior Soccer Team from 2001- 2008. He played for the Black Stars in their first ever world cup as a second goalkeeper and had the opportunity to appear in a single match in the whole tournament when first choice goalkeeper Richard Kingston was injured during the game. He also played in African Cup of Nations as well.
The legend of Accra Hearts of Oak goalkeeper Sammy Bamako adjei, is now a coach who is grooming young talented aspiring footballers.
He has not been in the news for a longtime, but fortunately we came across recent pictures of the legend and we will like to share with you.
Let’s check out the pictures below.
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