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Pat reaches for the Stars again

PUBLISHED: 13:10 24 September 2008 | UPDATED: 13:21 24 August 2010

COCA COLA CHAMPIONSHIP 2008/2009
QUEENS PARK RANGERS V BARNSLEY
PHOTO'S BY GERARD FARRELL / DZ PICS
DATE: 09/08/2008.
TEL: 07831-396-923

QPR'S PATRICK AGYEMANG . 

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COCA COLA CHAMPIONSHIP 2008/2009 QUEENS PARK RANGERS V BARNSLEY PHOTO'S BY GERARD FARRELL / DZ PICS DATE: 09/08/2008. TEL: 07831-396-923 QPR'S PATRICK AGYEMANG . .

GERARD FARRELL / DZ PICS

PATRICK Agyemang is hoping to rekindle his international career next month after missing Ghana s recent World Cup qualifier through injury. The QPR striker was called up by Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac in August, but was forced to pull out due to the groin

PATRICK Agyemang is hoping to rekindle his international career next month after missing Ghana's recent World Cup qualifier through injury.

The QPR striker was called up by Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac in August, but was forced to pull out due to the groin strain he picked up just before Rangers' game at Sheffield United.

The Black Stars are in action again on October 12, when they need to win at home to Lesotho to keep alive the prospects of qualifying for their second successive World Cup finals.

"The last international break didn't really affect me in that I was still training, it just gave me a bit more time to rest and get ready for the next game," said Agyemang.

"I've not been involved since I did my groin earlier in the season, so hopefully if I can get playing and scoring some goals again I'll get the call next time."

Agyemang opened his account for the season in Rangers' 4-1 victory over Southampton, but has been restricted to substitute appearances in recent games.

QPR team-mate Damion Stewart has already received confirmation of his international call-up and will join the Jamaica squad for World Cup ties against Mexico and Honduras the same week.

And Angelo Balanta is on stand-by for England's European under-19 Championship games next month in Belfast.


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