Injury rules Ghana defender Jonathan Mensah out of Cape Verde friendly

Published on: 07 November 2012

defender Jonathan Mensah has been ruled out of next week's friendly against Cape Verde because of injury. 

The France-based player was part of coach Kwesi Appiah's 21-man squad for the game in Portugal on 13 November.

But he suffered a left thigh injury while playing for his club Evian in their league match against Lille on Saturday.

The 22-year-old underwent tests on Tuesday to determine the extent of injury he suffered even though he remained in camp with the club.

Doctors have now ruled him out of action for six weeks which means he will not be fit for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations warm-up.

It is not known whether coach Kwesi Appiah will hand another player the chance to impress in the match to be played at the University of Lisbon Stadium.

Source: MTNFootball.com

Comments

  • Dr Who
    says: 6 years ago
    Why injury here,injury there.what is happening? Awal Mohammed can do the job.He plays regularly for Maritzburg but AA can invite Lee Addy if he is in shape for the match.
  • Maxwell Johnson
    says: 6 years ago
    Awal who??? Dude you gotta be kidding me!! That guy is not yet a B/S material, if you think he is then you wrong.
  • Dr Who
    says: 6 years ago
    @Maxwell,can you define a Black Stars material?
  • nana
    says: 6 years ago
    DR. Who I have heard about Awal and fine I can take your word for it but...LEE WHOOO KMT please do not start mentioning incapable players such as lee addy, im not being rude buut I'll ask politely if you or any1 can mention one game lee addy played well for Ghana and did not rather make the defence look shaky?????? please enlighten me???? I look foward to your response.
  • Randy
    says: 6 years ago
    AA should better call the "general captain" to train with the squad till AFCON, he might be our savior. He was our highest goal scorer at 2012 AFCON.
  • anokwale
    says: 6 years ago
    I think the "general captain" is injured. We might be in big trouble.