Some regular players of Black Stars are yet to enjoy playing time after the commencement of 2022/23 season. The worrying situation of these players is borne out of the fact that they control regular positions in the Black Stars.
Black Stars midfielder Kudus Mohammed is yet to to boss playing time having emerged as a top player for Ajax in the preseason, scoring four goals out of four games for his club. After two matches into the new season, Kudus Mohammed has played seven minutes for Ajax, and that is a cause for worry.
Black Stars winger Kamaldeen Sulemana is also enduring playing time issues at Rennes in the French league. He gets to be added to the match day squad but starting the game becomes a worry.
Striker Felix Afena Gyan at AS Roma continues to labor for permanent position in the team. For his part, the Italian league just commenced and he may encounter a change in situation.
This could be a source of worry for Black Stars head coach Otto Addo, who is counting on his players to play regularly for match fitness ahead of World Cup in Qatar. The situation could improve in subsequent matches, with few months to start of the mundial.
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