Twenty-five Local Black Stars named for Japan friendly, Wa All Stars dominate

Published on: 20 April 2016
Twenty-five Local Black Stars named for Japan friendly, Wa All Stars dominate
Maxwell Konadu has named 25 players for Local Black Stars

Local Black Stars coach Maxwell Konadu has named 25 players to prepare for next month's friendly against Japan with league leaders Wa All Stars dominating the squad.

Six players were selected from impressive league leaders Wa All Stars with Inter Allies and Ashantigold providing three players each.

Giants Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko provide two players each with the spread of as many as 12 teams in the top-flight contributing players to the squad.

The 25 players will open camping with the home-based Black Stars team on Monday April 25 as they prepare to travel to Japan for an international friendly game.

Konadu's side face the Japanese National Under-23 side in an international friendly which has been scheduled for Wednesday May 11.

All invited players are expected to arrive at the Ghanaman Soccer Centre of Excellence,  Prampram at 4pm on Monday.

Below are the players who are expected to report to the Home-based Black Stars camp in Prampram:

 

GOAL KEEPERS

1. RICHARD OFORI                     - WA ALL STARS

2. ROBERT DABOU                     - ASHANTIGOLD

3. MUNTARI TAGOE                    - MEDEAMA

DEFENDERS

4. HAFIZ ADAMS                        - WA ALL STARS

5. AMOS FRIMPONG                   - ASANTE KOTOKO

6. ABDUL BASHIRU                     - DREAMS FC

7. DANIEL DARKWAH                  - ADUANA STARS

8. KADRI MOHAMMED                 - ASHANTIGOLD

9. ABDUL GANIYU                        - WA ALL STARS

10. AHMED ADAMS                        - ASANTE KOTOKO

11. NICHOLAS OPOKU                   - BEREKUM CHELSEA

MIDFIELDERS

12. GOCKEL AHORTOR                  - INTER ALLIES

13. ISAAC TWUM                           - INTER ALLIES

14. ERIC KWAKWA                         - MEDEAMA

15. KWEKU ASUANDZIE                 - WA ALL STARS

16. SABHAN LARYEA                      - HEARTS OF OAK

17. LATIF BLESSING                       - LIBERTY PROFESSIONALS

18. EMMANUEL OCRAN                   - WA ALL STARS

19. SAMUEL TETTEH                       - WAFA

20. EVANS MENSAH                        - INTER ALLIES

21. EMMANUEL OSEI BAFOUR        - ASHANTIGOLD

ATTACKERS

22. SADICK ADAMS                          - BEREKUM CHELSEA

23. RICHARD ARTHUR                      - WA ALL STARS

24. MUSAH IBRAHIM                        - HEARTS OF OAK

25. LAWSON BEKUI                          - DREAMS FC

 

Comments

  • kay balze
    says: 2 years ago
    where is the medeama captain... malik akowah. i believe he is the best holding mildfilder in the league currently. i dont how these selctors, they more concerned about pleasing that Fa President and taking payola. the guy is doing very well with Medeama the only Ghanaian team left flying the flag of Ghana high on on the continent and he is the captain toooo. what we need is quality, those who are tried and tested. we lossing it, some fucken guy is just messing up our pedigre. charley i tell you for fact, Ghanaian coaches are a total waste they are week mentally. We wasting money. we'll go and be beaten basabasa and will come back and give excuses, mark my word. check Ashgold and kotoko.... no ghanaian club will get anywhere in any of the African club competitions with local coaches ........ pls just watch.....this is no curse is common Logic
  • Where is da wa all stars defender isahaku konda
    says: 2 years ago
    The wa all stars center back shld ve been called into the local blackstars team for his brilliant perfomance he has shown in da league.konda for da past 3 weeks ve been in the team of the week so he need to be call into da team