18 January 2013

Ghana: Fitness Boost for Ghana

Photo: Barry Aldworth/BackpagePix
Goal-scorers Kwadwo Asamoah of Ghana, left, and Tresor Mputu of the Democratic Republic of Congo, compete for the ball in Port Elizabeth.

During the recent Afcon friendly warm-up's between Egypt and Tunisia, four Ghanaian footballers got an injury that put the country, the team and the Coach to fear but now all four players, who missed the Black Stars two training sessions, have returned to training.

The players who returned to the field are as follows: Isaac Vorsah, Anthony Annan, Rabiu Mohammed and Albert Adomah.

The players return to the field of play is a great boost to the Black Stars team, who kick -off on Sunday for their first match at the Afcon 2013 with DR Congo.

The Ghana medical team monitored the recovery of Vorsah and Annan who jogged on Tuesday.

Doctors are confident striker Richmond Boakye Yiadom who on Tuesday limped off from training from an ankle sprain will also be fit for the start of the competition.

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