Currently, there have been several posts about the possible lineups that the Black Stars will use when the 2022 World Cup in Qatar begins. The media and other social media platforms have generated theirs, but the ones released onto social media by AfroStat is breathtaking but it excluded Felix Afena-Gyan in all its four possible lineups.
Playing for your motherland is a good feeling for all footballers. Due to this, some Ghanaian players who have naturalised in other countries took it among themselves to return home and give out all their best for the nation. Such players include Inaki William, Hudson Odoi, Tariq Lamptey and Mohammed Salisu.
Mohammed Salisu who plays his club football with Southampton has now reportedly agreed to play for the Senior National Team after several failed attempts to get him to do so. He has been called upon by the GFA several times but has always turned down the offer. According to reports from Joysports he has now changed his mindset and is now ready to defend his motherland.
Citi TV Journalist Daniel Koranteng Hails Mohammed Salisu:He Will Walk Straight Into The Black Stars
Citi TV Journalist Daniel Koranteng has made some wild revelations about Mohammed Salisu and what he brings to the Black Stars Team. According to the Journalist, Coach Otoo Addo has experimented with his top defenders and the results were not encouraging for the friendly matches as well as the games against the Super Eagles.
Atletico Bilbao's top class striker, Inaki Williams has accepted to play for the Black Stars of Ghana and he announced this in a video on his twitter platform. He revealed this on his twitter platform at 6:00pm and as at now the announcement video has already gained over 2.6 millions views.
After several failed attempts, Southampton defender Mohammed Salisu has finally decided to represent Ghana at the international level. Kurt Okraku, the Ghana FA's president, has confirmed that the 23-year-old is available for selection after being sidelined for several months. He becomes the latest player to commit his international future to Ghana.
defender Mohammed Salisu is ready to commit his international future to Ghana Joy Sports reports the 23-year-old has agreed time since November 2019. The Southampton defender has been on a self imposed exile from the national team as he says he is not yet ready to play for the country of his birth.
Currently, Mohammed Salisu happens to be one of Ghanaian-born foreign based players who has been giving the Ghana Football Association a tough for call-up chances. Not long ago, the President of the Ghana Football Association, Mr. Kurt Okraku Mantey met the Southampton defender face-to-face and it was rumored that they were in talks on him switching to play for the Black Stars.
Kurt Okraku confirms 6 new additions to the Black Stars player pool after their nationality switches
The president of the Ghana Football Association, Kurt Okraku has announced that 6 players have completed their nationality switches and are now available for selection into the Black Stars. Announcing via a tweet, he said Tariq Lamptey, Inaki Williams, Mohammed Salisu, Stephen Ambrosius, Patrick Pfeffer and Ransford Yeboah are available for national selection.
As you already know the Ghana Football Association, GFA has sought the help of Ghanaian footballers around the globe to take part in the upcoming AFCON Qualifiers and World Cup matches. Many of the players have decided to play for the nation and due to that Ghana has built a solid lineup that could surprise the world.
Ghanaian Goalie, Jojo Wallacott Included In Goalkeeper Of The Year And The Player Of The Year Awards
Undoubtedly, Joseph Luke Wallacott has been the best goalkeeper for his club and the Black Stars of Ghana. Ever since he made his appearance for the Ghana National Team he has been fantastic and he deserves every award that is in Africa. His immense contributions to the Black Stars have gained him two nominations in the Ghana football awards.
Mohammed salisu has become one of the emerging talent in the English premier League this season. The young centre-back is one of the key players of Southampton under manager Ralph Hasenhuttl. Salisu joined Southampton in August 12, 2020 from Spanish side Real Valladolid for a fee of €12.00m.
Let us talk about some transfer news from Ghanaian players. We will be talking about two players, Thomas Partey and Mohammed Salisu. Now Mohammed Salisu is among five shortlisted center back for F.C Barcelona in the next transfer window. The Ghanaian player is one of the most highly-rated players in the English Premier League and has currently appeared on the radar of F.C Barcelona.
Southampton defender Mohammed Salisu has chosen to play for the Dark Stars, making himself accessible for future call-ups. Salisu, who has recently declined a few solicitations, will acknowledge playing whenever called, as per Onua Sports. While the holiday in Ghana, Salisu, a nearby relative, and key Ghana Football Association (GFA) authorities met, and the middle back proclaimed his goal to play for the senior public group.
As you might already know the Black Stars of Ghana is looking forward to getting more players for the upcoming World Cup 2022. One player whose name keeps on popping up is Mohammed Salisu. As for him, there is no need for him to switch nationality, he just needs to accept to play for the nation.
Ghana has had lots of players playing in Europe and making names for themselves. When talking about such players you can make mention of names like Michael Essien or Stephen Appiah but in this article, I will introduce you to younger Ghanaian players who are making or have made names for themselves with their most recent matches.
1. Stephan Ambrosus He is a German-conceived Ghanaian safeguard who plays for Bundesliga side Hamburger SV. The 23-year old goliath is ordinarily portrayed as 'the monster' and has comparable attributes of certain players like Jerome Boateng who censured Ghana for Germany. At the point when Stephan can join the group, his organization at the safeguard will be extraordinary.
Mohammed Salisu is a Southampton defender who is yet to make a transfer to the Ghana National Team. This article shows how Mohammed Salisu will be key to the Black stars of Ghana in the upcoming tournaments. Mohammed Salisu has physical presence as a central defender. Ghana's first choice defenders who are Daniel Amartey who is 1.86 meters according to the transfer market information and Alexander Djiku who is 1.82 meters are not the tallest men in terms of playing the center back.
There has been lots of trending sports news and I am going to elaborate on two that stood out to me. Firstly, lets move on to what is going on in the camp of Mohammed Salisu. According to Ghana News Agency's(GNA) report by Ednar A. Quansah the player is set to honor Black Stars callup.
In relation to preparations for the 2022 world cup in Qatar there have been a lot of efforts made by the Ghana Football Association to ensure that the team is excellently prepared to do well in the tournament that is scheduled to take place later this year. There have been invitations for some very good players plying their trade in Europe and having Ghanaian descent to switch their allegiance and come and play for the Black Stars.