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19.11.2008 Football News

Breaking News: Agogo dropped - Dede, Sarpei start

Breaking News: Agogo dropped - Dede, Sarpei start

Ghana take on Tunisia Ghanasoccernet can exclusively reveal the surprising Black Stars starting lining up for tonight's World Cup warm up against Tunisia in Accra. (Follow the game LIVE here on ghanasoccernet at 17:00GMT tonight.)

Serbian coach Milovan Rajevac is living up to promise of giving the opportunity to those who were left out of the first phase of the World Cup qualifiers to prove they deserve a place in the squad.

 

Experienced Germany-based defender Hans Sarpei, who fell out with previous coach Sellas Tetteh, is back in the Black Stars starting line up for the first time since the African Cup of Nations.

 

Dede Ayew, who has also not played since the country's hosting of the tournament, also makes a rare start in the team as the Serbian coach seeks expand the scope of the squad.

 

England-based Quincy Owusu-Abeyie also returns to the starting line-up after being sidelined in the previous game against Lesotho for arriving late in camp.

 

Junior Agogo, who has been in poor form since moving to Egyptian side Zamalek will start from the bench and his place has been take up by in-form Saudi-based ace Prince Tagoe.

 

Captain Stephen Appiah, Matthew Amoah, Richard Kingson, John Pantsil, Daniel Yeboah and Eric Addo keep their places in the line up as they started in the country's previous game.

 

Starting line-up :

Richard Kingston, John Pantsil, Hans Sarpei, Eric Addo, Jonathan Quartey, Stephen Appiah, Dede Ayew, Quincy Owusu Abeyie, Daniel Yeboah, Matthew Amoah, Prince Tagoe.  

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