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27.02.2007 Football News

50 happy Stars get Le Roy call

By gfa
50 happy Stars get Le Roy call

Ghana coach, Claude Le Roy has named 50 players to form the core of a locally-based side that would be integrated into the senior side, the Black Stars.

The Black Stars coach at a press briefing on Tuesday released the list of players drawn from a large pool from the premiership league.

Claude Le Roy together with his backroom staff would be making use of the free days available in the month of March on the premiership calendar to gather the selected players at the national camp in Prampram for camping.

The training exercise begins March 2 and ends on March 7.


George Owu (AshantiGold) Sulemanu Abubakar (Hearts of Oak) Isaac Ankrong (All Blacks) and Antwi Patrick (Liberty Professionals)


Fatau Dauda (AshantiGold) Louis Quainoo (Tema Youth) Eric Agyeman (King Faisal) Isaac Vorsah (Asante Kotoko) Daniel Addo (Power F.C) Appiah Ofosu (Heart of Lions) Paul Aidoo (Sekondi Hassacas) Daniel Ocran (Sekondi Hassacas) Samuel Inkoom (Sekondi Hassacas) Kojo Asamoah (Liberty Professionals) Anthony Baffoe (AshantiGold) Delilu Abdulai (Sekondi Hassacas) Habib Mohammed, Yaya Mohammed (Tema Youth) Bawa Mumuni (Liberty Professionals) Yaw Frimpong (Feyenoord) Daniel Coleman (Hearts of Oak) Alex Djanie (Power F.C)


Abraham Annan (Heart of Lions) Ekow Benson (Tema Youth) Kwaku Essien (King Faisal) Edmund Owusu-Ansah (Asante Kotoko) Wakaso Bukari (AshantiGold) Hamza Abdulai (Real Sportive) Osei Kwame (Asante Kotoko) Bossman Francis (Hearts of Oak) Akesi Soale (RTU) Edward Afum (Tema Youth)


Emmanuel Clottey (Great Olympics) Kwabena Yaro (Power F.C) Kwame Darko Obeng (Asante Kotoko) Eric Bekoe (Heart of Loins) Rabiu Mohammed (Liberty Professionals) Osei Banahene (Heart of Lions) Quayeson Fredrick (Sekondi Hassacas) Moses Andoh (Heart of Oak) Aggrey Francis (Berekum Arsenals) Ellis Samuel (Sekondi Hassacas) Darko Francis (Bofoakwa Tano) David Telfer (AshantiGold) Jonathan Quartey (AshantiGold) Emmanuel Ansong (Great Olympics) Owusu Addai (Liberty Professionals) Tagoe James (AshantiGold) Alfred Arthur (AshantiGold) Sadat Bakari (Hearts of Lions)