Abrashi Fails to Recover, Panucci Invites the Young Talent
Albanian Daily News
Published November 7, 2017
'It's incredible. I cried for more than 20 minutes due to the shock. My childhood idols play for Albania, so there’s nothing more I can say. I can’t still believe.
This was the first declaration given to the Norwegian journalists by the 22-years old player Kamer Qaka, the latest arrival in the Albanian National Team ranks. He was summoned by Coach Christian Panucci as replacement for Amir Abrashi due to the fact that the latest failed to regain his top-physical shape after an injury experienced not long ago.
Qaka, born in Kosovo in 1995, plays as midfielder in the ranks of Romanian team CSM Politehnica Ia?i. Since 2010 and until the early days of this sportive season he played for various Norwegian teams, starting withValerenga and than with Kristiansund.
The talented player is another addition to the new arrivals in Panucci’s team joining the midfielders Astrit Ajdarevic, Ylber Ramadani and Sabien Lilaj. He is now expected to debut in the friendly match of November 13 against Turkey.