The Black Stars completed their final training at the Nissan Stadium ahead of Wednesday's international friendly match against Japan.
Seventeen (17) players gathered in Japan on Monday and have been training since.
Coach Kwesi Appiah originally called up 21 players for the friendly game but Richmond Boakye-Yiadom could not make the trip due to injury while Mubarak Wakaso withdrew from the squad over bonus issue.
Meanwhile, Young Boys defender Kassim Adams and Torino midfielder Afriyie
Black Stars midfielder Thomas Partey is unconcerned by the unfriendlyweather condition in Japan as they play the Blue Sumarai in an international friendly on Wednesday at the Nissan Stadium.
The Japanese will use this game to finalize their World Cup squad before meeting FIFAs deadline.
Ghanas coach Kwesi Appiah is also putting his team in order ahead of his 2019 AFCON qualifier in September, having failed to secure a ticket for this summers World Cup in Russia.
Speaking ahead of the match,
Black Stars coach James Kwesi Appiah is envisaging a difficult battle in Wednesday's international friendly clash against Japan at theNissan Stadium
The four-time Africa champions will square off against the Blue Samurai as part of their preparations for the Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers with the Asian giants also preparing for the World Cup in Russia.
Coach Kwesi Appiah, who named a 21 man squad for the game, highlighted the importance of the match and says he's looking forward
English side Chelsea have slammed the penalty awardedagainst Nigeria in their 1-1 draw with DR Congo in a pre-World Cup friendly in Port Harcourt on Monday.
Ghanaian referee Issaka Afful indicated the spot and issued a yellow card to Chelsea left-back Ola Aina for fouling Issama Mpeko, nonetheless, TV replays demonstrate the offense was outside the box.
Aside from Ola Aina being observed, Chelsea had enthusiasm for the game that Kenneth Omeruo additionally featured for the Super Eagles, while
Black Stars players look relaxed for Wednesday's pre-2018 FIFA World Cup friendly against Japan at the Nissan Stadium.
The full compliment of the squad gathered in Japan on Monday and have been training since.
Ghana are suppose to test the Blue Samurai in their final match before they announce the final 23-man squad.
New AshantiGold recruits Saddick Adams and Eric Donkor are likely to be sold to an unnamed Spanish club without playing for the Miners, the club's majority investor Dr Kwaku Frimpong has revealed.
The two players were signed after leaving giants Asante Kotoko last week.
Adams, a striker, was transferred to the Obuasi-based side while left back Donkor moved after his contract was terminated.
''There is no problem between me and coach C.K Akonnor. I buy players for the club on
One of Ghana's leading parliamentarians has made a shocking blackmail againstinvestigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, claiming he takes money from his victims of his investigation in Dubai to buy goods for his wife to sell in Ghana.
Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, says Anas, who is on the verge of releasing as Ghana football investigation, would then evade taxes when importing computer products for his wife to sell in Ghana with proceeds from the blackmail deal
Huddersfield Town forward Collin Quaner has expressed his desire to kick-start his international career with the Black Stars.
The towering marksman, who is currently in the country on holiday, met with Black Stars coach Kwesi Appiah last month to discuss the possibility of representing Ghana at international level.
I try not to really think about it, the pressure for me is more of excitement to have the chance [to play for Ghana], the 26-year-old toldJoy FM.
Im fully focused. Ive always
Private legal practitioner and a stalwart of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Lawyer Yaw Boafo has advised against the consistent calls for the resignation of Kwesi Nyantakyi as president of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) in the wake of emerging details corruption allegations being thrown at him.
A former Ghana football capo, Dr Nyaho Nyaho-Tamakloe among a host of others intimated in media interviews that, the embattled GFA boss should step aside as President of GFA on moral grounds as the
Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central Kennedy Agyapong has accused ace investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas of being corrupt and questioned his modus operandi.
Anas is set to premiere his latest documentary titled Number 12 which is to highlight match-fixing in football.
He said to have captured Ghana FA president Kwesi Nyantakyi who is alleged to have used the name of Ghana president Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo to defraud investors.
Agyapong, a staunch member of the ruling New Patriotic
As they fight to win the 2026 FIFA World Cup bid, Morocco have appointed former France striker David Trezeguet as their ambassador.
The ex-Les Bleus star has joined the long list of ambassadors representing Moroccos 2026 World Cup bid.
The Morocco 2026 official Twitter announced the news on Friday and the former World Cup winner has also confirmed the news.
Trezeguet joins the likes of European stars such as Lothar Matthaus of Germany as Moroccos 2026 World Cup bid ambassadors.
One of the major shareholders of AshantiGold SC Kenneth Boakye Acheampong is reported to have withdrawn his shares from the club.
Nana Boakye Acheampong, who is popularly known as Nana Achiken, will discontinue to invest in the Obuasi-based following suggestion ofa conflict of interest between him and his partner Dr Kwaku Frimpong over the confirmation of Kessben FMs Fredrick Acheampong as the clubs new CEO without his notice.
Acheampong demanded 30% share from Dr Kwaku Frimpong but has rescinded
Black Stars forward Richmond Boakye Yiadom believes the Chinese Super League is tougher than the Serbian topflight league.
The Ghanaian who joined Jiansung Suning from Red Star Belgrade has debunked the notion that the Chinese Super League is a less competitive league.
According to Richmond Boakye-Yiadom his goal scoring rate was prolific in Serbian but due to the competitive nature of the Super League he has struggled to rake in same numbers.
Most people in Europe dont see the Chinese League
AshantiGold co-investor Kenneth Boakye Acheampong, popularly known as chicken, has pulled out of the club criticizing partner Dr. Kwaku Frimpong of unfair dealings.
Kumasi-based Fox 97.9 FM broke the news on Tuesday but did not add specifics of the fall-out between the businessmen.
Achiken, who was acting a consultant, partnered Dr. Frimpong of Champion Divine Clinic to take over the abuse-based club.
In February this year, Anglo-Gold AshantiGold Sustainability Manager Nana Ampofo introduced
Ghana Premier League side Inter Allies forward David Tetteh has been sent out on loan to division one side Kpando Heart of Lions till the end of the season.
The youngster was trained at the Clubs feeder side Cedar Stars Academy and got promotion to the senior side.
He made two league appearances during the current season and played the entire 90 minutes in the clubs 1-0 win over Immigration FC in the round of 64 of the MTN FA Cup.
The move to Lions will allow the player to gain enough playing
TheUEFAChampions League (UCL) is by far the most prestigious club competition across the world. By virtue of its popularity and reach.
Ghana has the highest number of winners (five) out of the 10 African countries who can boast of having at least a player to have clinched the coveted the prize.
Bruce Grobbelaar of Zimbabwe is the first ever from the continent to have tasted success in the competition with Liverpool FC in 1983-1984.
One of Africas All-time greats Abedi Ayew Pele was instrumental
Ghana striker Asamoah Gyan is having talks with Turkish side Kayserispor about his future at the club. Gyan has struggled to make an impact since joining Kayserispor in the summer of 2017 following the expiration of his contract at Shanghai SIPG. He made just 12 appearances, scoring a goal in the just ended season. However, Kayserispor are hopeful Gyan will soon deliver his best so want him to stay and see out his contract. The Black Stars skipper has a year remaining on his current deal with
Ghana striker Raphael Dwamena has rubbished talks linking him to German giants Schalke 04 in the summer window.
The forward has been linked with a move to the Royal Blues following his superlative performance for FC Zurich in the just ended Swiss Super League.
Schalke managerDomenico Tedesco is reported to be keen to augment his attacking line ahead of their return to the UEFA Champions League next season, and has identified the 22-year-old as an option.
But the former Austria Lustenau marksman
Belgian giants KRC Genk are ready to splash huge cash to acquire the services of Ghana midfielder Nana Opoku Ampomah in the summer, GHANAsoccernet.com can confirm.
Ampomah was one of the key performers for Waasland-Beveren in the regular season of the Belgian Jupilar Pro League.
The 22-year-old bagged eight goals in 32 appearances for the Yellow and Blue lads as they ended the campaign in 12th position.
Information reaching GHANAsoccernet.com suggest that, KRC Genk coach Philippe Clement,
Swansea City duo Andre and Jordan Ayew were in the stands to watch their elder brother Rahim lift the Gibtelecom Rock Cup in Gibraltar with FC Europa.
Rahim played the entire duration as his side beat Mons Calpe 2-1 to win the trophy for a second consecutive time.
The former Ghana international was virtually the best player on the field with his good industry and overlapping.
Rahim had a very solid all-round game.
FC Europa have qualified to play in next season's UEFA League with