World 2022: Black Stars arrives in Cape Coast ahead of Ethiopia clash
Ahead of 2022 World Cup qualifiers against Ethiopia, Black Stars of Ghana has arrived safely at Cape Coast on Tuesday afternoon to finalize their preparations.
The team held light training in Accra on Monday but will move their preparations into full gear on Tuesday afternoon as the Technical Team put the players in shape for the test.
In all, Thirty two players made the trip to Cape Coast for the match.
Coach Charles Akonnor has made a few more additions to the squad following the inability of Tariq Fosu, Benson Annan, Kelvin Yeboah, Thomas Teye Partey and Mohammed Kudus to turn up for the games.
The team will train at the Cape Coast stadium at 5pm on Tuesday afternoon.
Full squad in Camp:
Goalkeepers: Richard Ofori, Richard Atta, Manaf Nurudeen, Lawrence Ati-Zigi
Defenders: Andy Yiadom, Philemon Baffuor, Baba Abdul Rahman, Gideon Mensah, Daniel Amartey, Ismail Ganiyu, Alexander Djiku, Jonathan Mensah, Samuel Ashie Quaye, Joseph Aidoo, Fatawu Mohammed
Midfielders: Mubarak Wakaso, Baba Iddrisu, Emmanuel Lomotey, Majeed Ashimeru, Fatawu Issahaku, Samuel Owusu, Kamal Deen Suleyman, Jeffery Schlupp, Yaw Yeboah
Forwards: Andre Ayew, Jordan Ayew, Daniel Afriyie Barnieh, Joel Fameyeh, Daniel Kofi Kyereh, Braydon Manu, Kwame Opoku, Emmanuel Gyasi.
Black Stars will play their first qualifier match on Friday, 3rd September 2021 at Cape Coast Stadium, before traveling to Johannesburg to face off with South Africa on the 6th September 2021.
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