WINGER Albert Adomah joined his boyhood club in September 2020, prior to the start of the 2020/21 Sky Bet Championship campaign.
Born in Lambeth, it’s no secret that the 33-year-old is a west London boy, with QPR a club very close to his heart.
Having started his career with Harrow Borough, Adomah quickly moved up the footballing ladder, with League Two side Barnet his next destination.
Fine form for the Bees over a three-year spell eventually caught the eye of Championship side Bristol City and after completing his first full season in England’s second tier, Adomah was named City’s Player of the Season and handed a new three-year contract.
However, following the Robins’ relegation in 2013, Adomah moved on to Middlesbrough, where he scored 12 times in 44 appearances, fine form which earned him a call-up to the Ghana national squad for the 2014 World Cup.
The winger would go on to play a huge part in Boro’s promotion to the Premier League, before then starring in Aston Villa’s play-off runs of 2017/18 and 2018/19 which eventually ended in victory over Derby County in May 2019 at Wembley.
Adomah then enjoyed spells with Nottingham Forest and Cardiff City before completing a move to Kiyan Prince Foundation stadium.
After making his QPR debut away to AFC Bournemouth in October 2020, the winger would have to wait until February 1st for his first Rangers goal – but it would be worth the wait.
A memorable last-minute strike away to promotion-chasing Watford wrapped all three points in Hertfordshire and helped kickstart Rangers’ campaign.
Then with what was seemingly the last kick off of the 2020/21 season, Adomah was able to clinch his first goal in W12 for the R’s, with a strike against Luton Town on the final day of the campaign.
Adomah will be looking to build on the 34 appearances he made last season with a strong 2021/22 campaign.
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- Full Name:
- Albert Adomah
- Date of birth:
- 13th December 1987
- 185 cm
- 73 kg
- Date signed:
- 5th October 2020