18 Facts About Albert Adomah


Albert Danquah Adomah was born on 13 December 1987 and is a professional footballer who plays as a right winger for EFL Championship club Queens Park Rangers.


Albert Adomah is both a Ghanaian and a British national.


In July 2009, Albert Adomah was linked with a transfer to Championship side Blackpool.


On 12 November 2009, Albert Adomah turned down Barnet's offer of a new contract.


Albert Adomah had played 120 games for Barnet scoring 20 times.


Albert Adomah continued to put in good performances in the domestic league, and instantly became a fans' favourite through his exciting style of play and his humorous interviews on the club website.


The 25-year-old Ghana international had made it clear to City that he did not wish to play in League One following their relegation from the Championship, following this, Wigan Athletic made two bids for the winger, both of which were rejected; Albert Adomah submitted a transfer request which was refused.

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The start of the 2013 season saw Albert Adomah rested for Bristol City's campaign opener.


On 6 August 2013, Albert Adomah was announced to be having a medical at Middlesbrough's Rockliffe Park training ground.


Albert Adomah was issued the number twenty-seven squad number worn last season by striker Scott McDonald who signed for Millwall.


Albert Adomah played 2 games for Middlesbrough in the Premier League during the beginning of August 2016 prior to his move to Villa.


On 31 August 2016, Albert Adomah signed for Aston Villa on transfer deadline day for an undisclosed fee, swapping directions with Adama Traore who went the other way.


On 28 April 2019, after coming on as a substitute against Leeds United, Albert Adomah was allowed to equalise unchallenged by the Leeds coach Marcelo Bielsa.


On 10 July 2019, Albert Adomah signed a two-year deal with Nottingham Forest.


Albert Adomah joined Cardiff City on a six-month loan deal on 31 January 2020.


On 5 October 2020, following his departure from Nottingham Forest, Albert Adomah signed for boyhood club Queens Park Rangers on a two-year deal.


Albert Adomah broke through the national team to book his place in Ghana's provisional 26-man squad for the 2013 African Cup of Nations.


Albert Adomah was selected and went to 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil where he played in one game for Ghana.