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21 Black Stars players to train in Kumasi on Tuesday afternoon

Published on: 02 September 2014
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Twenty One players have reported to the Black Stars camp that will train in Kumasi on Tuesday afternoon to commence preparations for the opening 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.

All three goalkeepers; Fatau Dauda, Razak Brimah and Stephen Adams are in the Ghana camp as well as defenders; Awal Mohammed, Yaw Frimpong, Jeffrey Schlupp, Jonathan Mensah, Baba Rahman and John Boye.

Tunisia-based Harrision Afful is yet to join the team as he is expected to arrive on Tuesday.

All the midfielders invited but for Andre Ayew are in camp with yesterday’s arrival of Mubarak Wakaso and Christian Atsu to complete the numbers in that department.

The Olympique Marseille man was left behind due to his involvement in the final jostle of the transfer deadline day in London.

He is expected in town also on Tuesday.

Asamoah Gyan, Jordan Ayew and David Accam are also in, leaving only Abdul Majeed Waris the remaining striker to arrive.

He had permission to go complete his move to Turkish club Trabzonspor on Monday.

The team will fly into Kumasi on Tuesday afternoon and will hold their first training session later in the evening at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.

Ghana will host Uganda in their opening 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier on Saturday before making the short trip to battle Togo in their next game on September 10.

Comments

  • Prof. Maestro says:
    September 03, 2014 05:20 am
    Yen tie obiaaaaaaaa. GHANA 5-2 UGANDA
  • Testimony says:
    September 02, 2014 11:53 pm
    This is the best opportunity for uganda to qualifier
  • NONI(9JA 1ST SON) says:
    September 02, 2014 01:44 pm
    Only jobless men will go watch a team filled with players plying their trade in DR CONGO & SOUTH AFRICA play........... Thank GOD am not a ghanaian..... GHANA 0-1 UGANDA
  • paradox says:
    September 02, 2014 01:53 pm
    after watching Zambia demolish Mozambique and naija cruising to victory, I will sit and support Uganda as they will gain those valuable three points. Ghana0 Uganda1
  • tymer says:
    September 02, 2014 02:23 pm
    Bloody buffoons, and where do your super chickens and rubber bullets play. Not a single one of your average players were involved in the transfer market. As for those zambian pygmies, the least said about them the better. Ghana has already qualified by default. Go check the records cos we're always there.
  • smokey says:
    September 02, 2014 02:29 pm
    @paradox I hope you do a better job demolishing Mozambique than you did in your 1-1 demolition of the mighty Lesotho...hahaha
  • Mumbi says:
    September 02, 2014 02:33 pm
    If Uganda fails to collect maximum points in Ghana, then it will be very difficult for them to qualify. Ghana is a weaker side in this group and badly disorganised after their shamless outing in Brazil. Uganda, Togo and Guinea will all aim to collect maximum points off mediocre Ghana then figh for the two top spots.
  • kuukuphilly says:
    September 02, 2014 02:41 pm
    to tell u guys the truth i dont feel the hype no more like i used to whenever they are playing.especially after that shambolic behavior in brazil.i love my country but i will not give my heart to a woman if i cannot get her's in return.
  • Mumbi says:
    September 02, 2014 02:58 pm
    Uganda should take full advantage over mediocre Ghana and get maximum point. Ghana has not recoveredfrom their shameless outing in Brazil are badly disorganised such that they are now offering contracts to their trophyless players. Uganda 2-0 Ghana.
  • anokwale says:
    September 02, 2014 03:26 pm
    Players coming late can cause issues. Players need to come down on time.
  • banger says:
    September 02, 2014 03:32 pm
    MUMBI I GUESS YOUR MOM IS ALSO DICKLESS RITE.TELL THAT STINK BITCH I NEED A BOW ASAP.I WILL PAY HER MINIMUM WAGE.2CEDIS.ABOA.NONI FOR U AFTER AM DONE WITH MUMBIS MOM U CAN TELL YOUR DIRTY SISTER TO SUCK THE CUM OFF MY COCK.AND PARADOX TELL YOUR MOM FRIDAY WILL BE HER TURN OK.BUT PLS TELL THAT BITCH TO TAKE A SHOWER FIRST.MOR MAME TWE KAI3 KAI3
  • JOHN AKPA (nickname) says:
    September 02, 2014 04:11 pm
    But when was the last time Uganda qualified for the Cup of Nations ?
  • aa says:
    September 02, 2014 04:38 pm
    I have no respect for my whole country's team. I am sorry but I will have support Uganda. I don't trust our coach and the more he looses the earlier he will go. If we don't get rid of him quickly, Ghana will become Cameroon. I also do not trust the ghana. I booed Welbeck when he came to Wembley but I have realised not playing for the black stars is the best decision he gas made all his life.
  • Tk says:
    September 02, 2014 05:54 pm
    Ghana 0 Uganda 1.