10 January 2013

Ghana: Afcon 2013 - 10 Shirt Picked By Adomah

Finally Ghana's official squad for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations has been confirmed.

Albert Adomah will make his debut wearing the number 10 jersey for the Black Stars after Ghana finalized their final squad.

This followed the submission of the registered 23 man list to the Confederation of African Football on Wednesday.

The shirt, previously used by Andre Ayew has been handed over to the Bristol City attacker.

The number 12 shirt has been given to Goalkeeper Adam Kwarasey who make his second appearance in the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations.

Ghana squad in numbers

1. Daniel Agyei (GK) - Liberty Professionals (Ghana)

2. Richard Kissi Boateng (DF) - Berekum Chelsea (Ghana)

3. Asamoah Gyan (FW) - Al Ain (UAE)

4. John Pantsil (DF) - Hapoel Tel Aviv (Israel)

5. Mohammed Awal (DF) - Maritzburg (South Africa)

6. Anthony Annan (MF) - Osasuna (Spain)

7. Christian Atsu (MF) - FC Porto (Portugal)

8. Emmanuel Agyemang Badu (MF) - Udinese (Italy)

9. Derek Boateng (MF) - Dnipro (Ukraine)

10. Albert Danquah-Adomah (FW) - Bristol City (England)

11. Rabiu Mohammed (MF) - Evian (France)

12. Larsen Kwarasey (GK) - Stromgodset (Norway)

13. Jerry Akaminko (DF) - Eskisehirspor (Turkey)

14. Solomon Asante (MF) - Berekum Chelsea (Ghana)

15. Isaac Vorsah (DF) - Red Bull Salzburg (Austria)

16. Abdul Fatawu Dauda (GK) - AshantiGold (Ghana)

17. Emmanuel Clottey (FW) - Esperance (Tunisia)

18. Richmond Boakye Yiadom (FW) - Sassoulo (Italy)

19. Jonathan Mensah (DF) - Evian (France)

20. Kwadwo Asamoah (MF) - Juventus (Italy)

21. John Boye (DF) - Rennes (France)

22. Mubarak Wakaso (MF) - Espanyol (Spain)

23. Harrison Afful (DF) - Esperance (Tunisia)

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