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13.04.2014 World Cup 2014

2014 World Cup: Ghana spying on group foes with Brazil tournament looming

Coach Kwesi Appiah and Maxwell Konadu have their scouts monitoring Ghana's opponents Coach Kwesi Appiah and Maxwell Konadu have their scouts monitoring Ghana's opponents
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The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has revealed that coach Kwesi Appiah is doing his homework on the Black Stars' group opponents for June's World Cup in Brazil through an extensive scouting network.

With about 60 days before the tournament kicks off, the GFA's Director of Communications says they have scouts monitoring their Group of Death opponents Germany, Portugal and the United States.

It is public knowledge that Germany, Portugal and the United States have been monitoring the Black Stars players in Europe as well as Asamoah Gyan who plays in the UAE with Al Ain.

Ibrahim Sannie Daara says Black Stars scouts are  already monitoring the progress of players belonging to their Group G rivals.

“We started our espionage work on all our group opponents some months ago with the Kwesi Appiah receiving regular updates from these scouts,” Sannie Daara told Radio Gold on Saturday.

“The scouts are doing a comprehensive work on our opponents and coach Appiah and his assistants Konadu and Nassam also monitoring our players.

“They are monitoring players who are playing, those who are injured and those who are on the sidelines. We are doing the same monitoring of our group opponents too.

“All departments of the technical team are working effectively to ensure that all areas are covered before the tournament starts in Brazil.”

Ghana will open their campaign against the United States before playing Germany and Portugal in the Group of Death.

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