Some Ghanaian players who are not in the Black Stars at the moment have been marvelous when you check their performance for their clubs. It is likely that these players may receive a call-up to play in the 2023 AFCON Qualifiers even though they didn't receive a call-up to play in the AFCON and other crucial recent games.
Ghana has players all over the world. Some are doing great while others, not so well. In this article, I will tell you about three Ghanaian players who are working magic for their clubs. All these players have played the Black Stars. Let's start with Benard Tekpetey.
The Black Stars of will effective tomorrow, Tuesday, open camp to commence preparations for this weekend’s World Cup qualifier against Zimbabwe. It will be recalled that a 32-man provisional list was announced by Black Stars head coach Milovan Rajevac, but five players have been excused from the list that was announced earlier.
Ghana forward Emmnuel Gyasi proceeded with his great run of structure in pre-season in the wake of mesh his second in the whipping of lower-level side ASV Stegen. The Spezia assailant got his side's second in the 8-0 pounding of Stegen at the end of the week. Kevin Agudelo broke the game's stop in the fifteenth moment before Gyasi multiplied the lead two minutes after the fact.
Players with their team coaches play well by the start of the season, but when it get to the middle of the season then things become difficult mostly for the small teams. Most of the teams even find it difficult scoring goals so they end up battling the relegation zone when the season is closed to an end.
Ronaldo scored brace against Spezia after he returned from self isolation, he registered his name on the score sheet just about three minutes after stepped onto the pitch having sat on bench the whole of the first half. After the match, Juve's boss Pirlo said " Ronaldo helped us in the second half ". Ronaldo is so much admired by some of his fellow footballers, I can remember when Gary Cahill asked him to Waite for his kids to come for them to take a pic, this is greatness. After the match, Emmanuel Gyasi (Spezia
The Senior National team, Black Stars of Ghana, will be heading towards Capecoast today, Tuesday October 5, 2021 to begin their closed door training at the CapeCoast stadium. The training is to prepare towards this month’s FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 qualifiers against the Warriors of Zimbabwe.
Ghana forward Emmanuel Gyasi has started up on gathering his object of worship Cristiano Ronaldo. The 26-year-old shared the pitch unexpectedly with the five-time Ballon d'Or champ in his sides 4-1 home annihilation to Juventus in the Serie A. Gyasi who had a little visit with Ronaldo after the game uncovered what he let him know. "After the game, I had a little talk with Cristiano Ronaldo prior to leaving the field. I disclosed to Ronaldo that he is a motivation to me and practically the entirety of footballers'
The Ghana international scored in his first game of the 2021-22 season, as the Eagles earned a point against Leonardo Semplici's side. In a Serie A match on Monday, Spezia drew 2-2 with Cagliari, with Ghana international Emmanuel Gyasi scoring. Before Simone Bastoni extended their lead, the 27-year-old handed his squad a great start.
Spezia forward Emmanuel Gyasi has opened up about his longing to include for the Black Stars of Ghana later on. The 26-year-old holds an Italian visa having been conceived in the Sicilian city of Palermo and furthermore a Ghanaian one by righteousness of his folks, who moved to the Mediterranean country to look for a superior life. Gyasi anyway has his psyche made up on needing to play for Ghana and has refered to Stephen Appiah and the nation's unequaled top scorer Asamoah Gyan as his good examples. "My
Black Stars new boy, Emmanuel Gyasi says it is time for Ghana to win a major trophy be it at the continental or global level.The Black Stars has not won the AFCON for the past 39 years.The last time Ghana won the AFCON trophy was in 1982 in Libya.