Dark Stars: Kurt Okraku traces of shock faces in the November Global break
Leader of the Ghana Football Affiliation (GFA), Kurt Okraku, has indicated we may see new faces in the Dark Stars in the November Worldwide break.
Reports proliferate that the GFA is in chats with a few players brought into the world abroad of Ghanaian plummet to switch faithfulness. Top on the rundown are Brighton and Hove Albion's Tariq Lamptey and Arms stockpile's Eddie Nketiah.
The two have been the subject conversation on which nation they will speak to on the worldwide future level. They have both spoken to Britain at the young levels, yet qualified to play for Ghana.
Mr. Okraku said they are trying however much as could be expected to get each player qualified to speak to Ghana onto their information base for the specialized overseers to browse, including there is the chance of seeing new faces in November.
"Our key obligation is to scout wherever on the planet to search for Ghanaian players, assembled their information and hand over such information to the specialized directorate", he told 3Sports.
"We are following each ability you may have seen on the screens, yet clearly, we can't approach everyone.
"We have a great group, there are acceptable parts in the current crew. We need to make the crew significantly more serious, for whichever reason we need to have players past the shores of Ghana."
"I'm certain in the event that we amass again in November for a serious game, you will see a couple of faces coming through.
"As of now C. K Akonnor has called up to Alexander Djiku who is a Ghanaian yet lives in France, he is serious and I'm certain he will increase the value of our public group."
Ghana will play Sudan in an AFCON qualifiers twofold header in the November Worldwide break.
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