The Black Stars of Ghana failed to reach the knock out phase of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
The Black Stars won just a game out of their three opening matches of group H at the main tournament in Qatar.
The Black Stars lost their opening game against former Wuropean champions, Portugal by 3-2 but came back stronger after that loss.
Their second game against Asians, South Korea gave Ghanaians a glimmer of hope after recording a 3-2 victory.
Their third and final group game against Uruguay however produced a bad result after they lost 2-0 to exit the tournament with just three points.
One of the players who played at the World Cup is Rennes winger, Kamaldeen Sulemana.
The speedster has attributed incessant injuries to poor run of form in the French League.
"I have been getting injuries and it's frustrating. I get frustrated a lot because when when you are back on the track and all a sudden you go back at the side again," he told TV3.
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