Swedru All Blacks, Kotoko (Ghana), Al-Shabab (UAE), Chernomorez Novorossiisk (Russia), FC Rostselmash (Russia), Lokomotiv (RUS), FC Dinamo Minsk (Belarus), Al Asr (UAE),Lokomotiv Moskva, Krylia Sovetov(RUS), Sakaryaspor(TUR)
Baba Armando started his Ghanaian premiership career with relegated Swedru All Blacks where he played for a season before he was transferred to United Arab Emirates club, Al-Shabab.
Kumasi Asante Kotoko then interested in the talented left-footed played secured him on loan from the Emirates. After completion of the season with Kotoko, he reverted back to his Emirates club before he signed for Lokomotiv Moskva in Russia.
Having spent four seasons playing in the United Arab Emirates with Al-Shabab, Ghanaian striker Baba Adamu decided to try his luck in Russian football with a move to Chernomorets Novorossiysk. Impressing scouts while in action for Novorossiysk, Adamu earned a move to FC Rostselmash Rostov-Na-Donu. Eventually, after more good performances, FC Lokomotiv Moskva signed him in 2002.
Version From a Russian Fan
First he was last year in FC "Chernomoretz", where he had certain problems (somthing with his family) and he didn't play a single match in the beginning of the 2002 season the coach moved from Chernomoretz to Rostselmash and took Adamu with him before the WC-2002 Baba scored 5 goals and was promtly traded to Lokomotiv where he scored once but doesn't gave a place in the first team since it is a much stronger club
April 2005: He has so far scored 2 goals in 6 matches out of 7 matches played by his club FC Moscow who are currently lying top of the Russia League with 14 points. FC Moscow have scored a total of six goals ( Baba Armando scoring two of them ) and conceded one in the on-going league.
Armando Returns To The Gulf
July 2003 -- Baba Armando Adams who was released by his Russian club; FC Lokomotiv Moskva early this year has secured a six-month loan deal to join FC Dinamo Minsk in the Belarus league.
The forward player who was yearning for a move to the German Bundesliga could not attract any suitable buyers and had to settle for the Belarus deal. The former Asante Kotoko star who featured in some European Champions League matches for Lokomotiv Moskva last year was released this year by the Russian club because of little playing time.
Armando had little playing time in Russia, as he could not break into the first eleven of Moskva.
2007: Moved to Kotoko