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17.11.2011 General News

Ghana toughened by Gabon test-Agyeman Badu

By David Tagoe - Ghanaian Chronicle
Emanuel Agyeman BaduEmanuel Agyeman Badu
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Ghana sent spies to watch the friendly of Nations Cup Group D opponents Guinea, against Burkina Faso on Tuesday, for the second time. 

The entire Black Stars squad led by assistant coach Akwasi Appiah was on hand to watch the Sylli Nationale when they were thrashed 4-1 by Senegal last Friday. Ghana will play Guinea in the final Group D match on 1 st February 2012 in Franceville, Gabon.

With the Ghana FA keen on not leaving any stone unturned, some members of the technical team were sent to watch the Guineans again. They also took note of the Burkinabes, who have been tipped to advance from their group, and could be Ghana's opponents in the knock out phase.

The Black Stars Management Committee, led by Kwesi Nyantakyi is keen on making information available to the coaching staff, to ensure they are well prepared to annex the Africa Cup of Nations title.

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