Ghana Start Camping Today For Wafu Tournament

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11/14/2013 3:00:55 PM -

Twenty-six (26) home-based players drawn from the Ghana Premier League will begin camping today to prepare for next week's Wafu Cup on home soil. 

Asante Kotoko dominate the list with seven players led by versatile Yahaya Mohammed.

Ex-Ghana internationals Samuel Yeboah and Edmund Owusu-Ansah both from Heart of Lions have been invited to fight for a place in the final squad.

Leading Ghana Premier League scorer Sulley Mohammed, who plays for King Faisal, is named among the five selected strikers.

The eight-nation GoTV Wafu Cup will be played in Kumasi between 21-28 November.

Ghana are paired with Sierra Leone, Benin and Burkina Faso in Group A of the tournament.

In Group B, Togo defending champions Togo are the top seeds and they will face competition from Niger, Senegal and Gabon.

Ghana players: 
Goalkeepers: Stephen Adams (Aduana) Foli Adade (Medeama) and Isaac Amoako (Kotoko)

Defenders: Godfred Saka (Aduana) Francis Morton (Dwarfs) Tijani Joshua (AshantiGold) Kwabena Adusei and Abeiku Ainooson (Asante Kotoko) Emmanuel Asante (Bechem) Nuru Sulley (Hearts of Oak) Alfred Nelson (Liberty)

Midfielders: Moro Abubakar (Hearts of Oak) Asiedu Attobrah (Edubiase) Latif Mohammed and Francis Adjei (AshantiGold) Jordan Opoku, Michael Akuffu and Richard Mpong (Asante Kotoko) Edmund Owusu Ansah (Heart of Lions) Abdul Basit and Jackson Owusu (Berekum Chelsea)

Attackers: Yahaya Mohammed (Asante Kotoko) Richard Gadze (Dwarfs) Sulley Mohammed (King Faisal) Theophilus Annorbaah (Medeama) and Samuel Yeboah (Heart of Lions)

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