Former Inter Allies defender, David Addy paid a visit to the team’s office on Monday afternoon.
The 2009 FIFA U20 World Cup champion met the Club’s President Rabeh El-Eter where they had a meeting in a relation to the way forward of the team.
The former Inter Allies left back now plays for Riga FC in Latvia’s elite league and has been in the country since December’s Christmas break. He has had spells with FC Porto, Academica, Randers, Vitoria SC among top European Clubs.
Addy earned his first Black Satellites call-up after an impressive performance with the Local Black Stars in 2008, making his debut in January 2008 in a match against Angola. In 2009 Addy was part of the squad that won the 2009 African Youth Championship.
His success continued in October 2009 as he also took part in the 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup held in Egypt which the team went on to win, making them the first African Nation to have ever won the 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup.
He was called up for the Black Stars for the game versus Lesotho on 8 June 2008. His second game was on 2 November 2008 against Niger. Addy has been called up to play for the Ghanaian Senior National Football team