ACCRA, Nov 10 The Ghana Black Stars will start training at the Accra Sports Stadium on Tuesday ahead of Saturday’s penultimate 2015 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON 2015) qualifier against Uganda in Kampala.

Caretaker national team coach Maxwell Konadu has invited 23 players, minus captain Asamoah Gyan who has been sidelined for close to three weeks.

Ghana have decided to go into training camp at home before the two matches with Uganda and with Togo on Nov 19 — unlike last month when the squad assembled in Casablanca.

Ghana’s squad:

Goalkeepers: Fatau Dauda (AshantiGold), Stephen Adams (Aduana Stars) and Razak Braimah (Mirandes FC, Spain)

Defenders: Yaw Frimpong (TP Mazembe, DR Congo), Harrison Afful (Esperance FC, Tunisia), Awal Mohammed (Maritzburg, South Africa), Baba Abdul Rahman (FC Augsburg, Germany), Jeffery Schlupp (Leicester City, England), John Boye (Erciyesspor, Turkey), Kwabena Adusei (Mpumalanga Black Aces, South Africa) and Jonathan Mensah (Evian, France)

Midfielders: Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu (Udinese, Italy), Mohammed Rabiu (Krasnodar, Russia), Mubarak Wakaso (Celtic, Scotland), Christian Atsu (Everton, England), Asante Solomon (T.P. Mazembe, DR Congo), Edwin Gyimah (Mpumalanga Black Aces, South Africa), Afriyie Acquah (Parma FC, Italy) Andre Ayew (Olympique Marseille, France)

Strikers: Jordan Ayew (Lorient, France), Abdul-Majeed Waris (Trabzonspor, Turkey), David Accam (Helsinborg, Sweden), Emmanuel Osei Banahene, (Al Orobah, Saudi Arabia).


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