Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan is set to return for Thursday's semi-final clash against Cameroon in the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations. Gyan, 31, missed the side's 2-1 win over the Democratic Republic of Congo due to an injury.
Serbian coach Micho Sredojevic is leading with Herve Renard as the two candidates to replace Coach Avram Grant when his tenure eventually comes to an end. Grant, is coming to the end of his career as head coach of the Black Stars with his contract set to officially end in February.
The Sierra Leone Football Association has sent a message of condolence to head coach Sellas Tetteh who is bereaved after losing his wife, Madam Evelyn Idun Tetteh.
The Black Stars booked a sixth successive quarterfinal appearance at the AFCON after a hard fought 1-0 win over Mali in Port-Gentil.A sublime cross from the much criticized Jordan Ayew was well met by Asamoah Gyan who headed home the only goal and bag Ghana all three points.
Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan has returned to the Black Stars camp to undergo treatment following Wednesday's injury at the Africa Cup of Nations. Tests in the Gabonese capital of Libreville have shown that the injury is not as bad as initially feared.
Avram Grant maintains that the Black Stars will not take their foot off the accelerator and will approach next Wednesday’s group clash with a mindset to win.
In June 2014, Ghana’s third World Cup appearance ended in jeopardy as a combination of ill-discipline and seemingly misplaced priorities caused a first round exit.The love between the team and its fans became strained after with the fans jeering the team in their first game after the Brazil tournament.
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