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Black Stars touch down in Kumasi – Train at Baba Yara later

The Black Stars have arrived in Kumasi and set to train at Baba Yara Sports stadium later on Tuesday in readiness for the FIFA World Cup qualifier against Madagascar.

The team opened camp on Monday and moved to the Ashanti regional capital Tuesday morning.

Twenty-four players are currently in camp – as the team aims for a good start to the qualification process.

Goalkeeper Lawrence Ati-Zigi is the only absentee as he is expected to join the squad on Wednesday.

Chris Hughton’s side will hold three training sessions in Kumasi before taking on Madagascar on Friday, November 17,2023.

Ghana will later travel to Moroni to take on Comoros on Tuesday, November 21,2023.

The players will m camp include:

Richard Ofori, Joseph Wollacott, Alidu Seidu, Denis Odoi, Gideon Mensah, Abdul Fatawu Hamid, Daniel Amartey, Kasim Nuhu, Nicholas Opoku, Nurudeen Abdulai, Baba Idrissu, Majeed Ashimeru, Abdul Samed Salis, Edmund Addo, Mohammed Kudus, Andre Ayew, Osman Bukari, Joseph Painstil, Ernest Nuamah, Jordan Ayew, Abdul Fatawu Issahaku, Inaki Williams, Antoine Semenyo, Jonathan Sowah





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