2014 World Cup: Ghana coach delighted with injury-free camp in Arnhem
By Ameenu Shardow
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Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah is delighted to be operating an injury-free camp in the Netherlands ahead of the 2014 World Cup.
The Black Stars are currently in Arnhem to intensify their preparations towards June’s finals in Brazil.
The only injury concern was the minor cut on the lip of goalkeeper Stephen Adams during Monday’s training session but the Black Stars medical team have assured it is nothing to worry about.
The whole team has been going about their training regimen in full fitness, something that delights coach Kwesi Appiah.
“There are so many countries who are suffering from these kind of petty injuries but thank God we’ve had no injuries at the moment and as I said everyone is doing well,” he said.
The team will continue with their preparations in Arnhem for the next few days before moving to Rotterdam for their friendly match against the Netherlands on Saturday.
The Black Stars will then move camp to the USA to conclude their preparations for the World Cup on June 1.