Kevin-Prince Boateng joins Black Stars squad for Zambia clash

Published on: 4 years ago
Kevin-Prince Boateng joins Black Stars squad for Zambia clash
Kevin-Prince Boateng has joined the Black Stars

Kevin-Prince Boateng arrived in Accra on Monday night to rejoin the Black Stars ahead of their deciding World Cup qualifier against Zambia on Friday. 

The ex-Germany international is reunited with his teammates for the first time since November 2011 when he announced his retirement from the Black Stars.

Boateng landed at the Kotoka International Airport at 7pm on board a Lufthansa airline.

The 26-year-old made his debut for Schalke in their 2-0 win over Bayern Leverkusen on Saturday following his move from AC Milan a day earlier.

The versatile midfielder is now expected to get a huge reception on his return to join the Black Stars haven rescinded his decision to quit international football.

Boateng will train with the team at the Accra Sports Stadium on Tuesday morning.

Comments

  • millennium
    says: 4 years ago
    I have heard, the Zambians are hiring a private jet for their game in Ghana. Hey, we don’t want another disaster o, so make sure the plane is properly inspected or checked before you leave south Africa. We want to beat you on the soccer field not to mourn you.This is an opportunity for us to avenge our previous defeats at your hands. This time we have our full squad, no injury to any of our key players. I used to love the zambia national team when it was called KK11 of zambia. It was my favorite African team, besides the black stars. I remember Derby Makinka, my friend. When we met in senegal 1992, which Ghana won by a lone goal, besides kalusha bwalya, goal keeper chabala was my star player. I dont think this your present team is any where near that cracked team of the early 1990s to have disturbed us the way they have done. So come friday, Ghana will make a big statement. It is going to be a severe beating, a trashing. If you looked at the international scene, you will see that our players excelled greatly this week. They were fueled by the game on Friday to hit the form required for inclusion in the Friday game as demanded by their coach, Kwesi Appiah. The caliber and the form of players to be used for this game as well as the venue (Kumasi sport stadium, the slaughter house of Ghana soccer) are some of the reasons why i think Zambia will fall, not in a plane crash, but on the football field. On Friday, another disaster will befall Zambia national team, this time, it is a whipping disaster. To fight as a soldier on soccer field is not a remedy for the predicament about to befall Zambia; maybe fighting as a wounded wizard with horns might reduce the extent of damage.
  • Dr Who
    says: 4 years ago
    Hurray.....'the CHI will be seperated from the POLOPOLO on Friday'
  • JAL
    says: 4 years ago
    I love that. "Zambia fuo no tu epo"
  • Safianu
    says: 4 years ago
    I'm happy all this players are in. I belive by the greace of God we will cary the day. With the experiance of Essien,Ayew and kevin. Go ghana go black stars.
  • Ijahman
    says: 4 years ago
    We will demolish the Zambian team after which the coach will be sacked. Most of the players will be sacked from the team as well. We will spell Zambia.
  • Hatred 4 None
    says: 4 years ago
    Oh Bra Kevin, i beg u kill Kennedy Mweene with shots 4 me on friday.
  • Maxwell Johnson
    says: 4 years ago
    Good! Now lets kick some dirty asses on Friday, the men will surely be separated from the boys.
  • nicholaskhano
    says: 4 years ago
    Ghana must be careful in Zambia clash
  • NONI(9JA 1ST SON)
    says: 4 years ago
    Gay peepz. One thing i hate so much about gaynaian is that they brag alot.... Friday 6th sept is not too far away. You guys should do the talking in the field... Let me see how 39yrs old Essien can match baby jet Rainford Kalabar. Let me see the gayna striker who can pull the ball passed Kenedy Mweene...... Hahahahaha. Ghana is done for.
  • Derrick Waguan
    says: 4 years ago
    We will demolish Zambia
  • Ozingo
    says: 4 years ago
    Go Ghana
  • Ozingo
    says: 4 years ago
    No way 4 zombies
  • dadaba gonshots
    says: 4 years ago
    419gerian, go and steal and stop the nonesense! or your are doing sakawa behind computor?
  • fred
    says: 4 years ago
    pls my fellow ghanians today should be our last day of talking, 4rm tomorrow going pls nobody should talk or even comment we should let them do the talking so that come friday we will do the talking on the field.thank u let them come.
  • fred
    says: 4 years ago
    pls my fellow ghanians today should be our last day of talking, 4rm tomorrow going pls nobody should talk or even comment we should let them do the talking so that come friday we will do the talking on the field.thank u let them come.pls my fellow ghanians today should be our last day of talking, 4rm tomorrow going pls nobody should talk or even comment we should let them do the talking so that come friday we will do the talking on the field.thank u let them come.
  • Assisi
    says: 4 years ago
    Ghana 5-0 Zambia We'll beat them overwhelmingly!
  • Me Ghanaba
    says: 4 years ago
    If u r nt a Ghanaian, jux shut up. Dis 9jarian kwraa shudnt visit dis website.
  • big one
    says: 4 years ago
    Wonder shall never end. So, armed robers, 419s,gays,vampires nd beggers can open their mouth nd insult ghana nd ghanaians.shamless people
  • nigeria peoples are my toilet
    says: 4 years ago
    i shit on for dirty big nigerian mouth;your mother nyarss nigrians buko harram terrorist
  • nigeria peoples are my toilet
    says: 4 years ago
    i shit on u nigerians, shut your dirty mouth on my dear black stars,bukom harram terrorist shame on u four one nine niggars
  • Matongo Sikabanze
    says: 4 years ago
    Football is played on the pitch not the media..lol...Chipolopolo for Brazil 2014
  • AMONIKE
    says: 4 years ago
    KATONGO 49 YEAR CHAP IS STILL PLAYING FOOTBALL? OH ZAMBIANS ARE A PITY .GHANA WILL NEVER SPARE YOU.NO ,NOT THIS TIME.EXTREMELY DEMOLISHIONALIZATIONABILITAZATIONABILIZATIONABLELITION.THEY WILL DRIVE BACK TO ZAMBIA THAN FLYING.