CK Akonnor names Black Stars squad for Mali friendly, Asamoah Gyan left out [Full List]

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Black Stars head coach, Charles Kwablan Akonnor has named his 23-man squad, Ahead of Ghana’s international friendly game against Mali.

Before the outbreak of the Coronavirus, CK Akunnor named a 23 man squad for the matches against Sudan but had to be suspended. Nine out of the total crop of players have been dropped.

Among the players dropped are Christopher Antwi (Paderborn – Germany), Tariq Fosu (Brentford FC – England), Mubarak Wakaso (Jiangsu Suning – China), Alfred Duncan (Fiorentina – Italy), Richmond Boakye Yiadom (Red Star Belgrade – Serbia), Yahaya Mohammed (Aduana Stars – Ghana), Richard Attah (Hearts of Oak – Ghana), Kwadwo Amoako (Ashgold – Ghana), and Andy Yiadom (Reading – England).

Key players like the Ayew brothers – Andre and Jordan – were invited alongside Atletico Madrid’s Thomas Teye Partey and Crystal Palace’s Jeffery Schlupp. Also, the veteran Asamoah Gyan was again left out of the squad.

Some debutants include Benson Anang, Alexander Djiku, John Antwi, Emmanuel Lomotey, Kamal Deen and Yakubu Mohammed who plays for Azam FC.

Full List Below:


Richard Ofori (Maritzburg United – South Africa)

Razak Abalora (Unattached)

Richard Ati Zigi (St. Gallen – Switzerland)


Alexander Djiku (Strasbourg – France)

Lumor Agbenyenu (Sporting Club – Portugal)

Nicholas Opoku (Amiens – France)

Benson Anang (MSK Zilina – Slovenia)

Yakubu Mohammed (Azam FC – Tanzania)

Kasim Nuhu (Fortuna Düsseldorf  – Germany)

Joseph Aidoo (Celta de Vigo – Spain)

Gideon Mensah (Vitoria de Guimaraes)


Baba Iddrisu (RCD Mallorca – Spain)

Thomas Partey (Atlético Madrid – Spain)

Kudus Mohammed (Ajax Amsterdam – The Netherlands)

Bernard Mensah (Besikstas – Turkey)

Emmanuel Lomotey  (Amiens – France)


Samuel Owusu (Al Fayha FC – Saudi Arabia)

Andre Ayew (Swansea City – England)

John Antwi  (Pyramid FC – Egypt)

Eugene Ansah (Ironi Kiryat Shmona – Israel)

Jeffery Schlupp (Crystal Palace – England)

Jordan Ayew (Crystal Palace – England)

Kamal Deen (FC Nordsjælland)



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