June 12, 2024

Ghana Premier League giants, Hearts of Oak subjugate as the Black Stars prepare for CHAN 2023 qualifiers. 

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Hearts of Oak FC player(L) battling out a dreams FC player in Ghana’s league Photo Credit: Hearts of Oak

Coach Annor Walker has summoned a 35-man squad to begin Ghana’s quest to qualify for the 2023 Championship of African Nations (CHAN) to be hosted by Algeria.

The Black Stars ‘B’ – who will be heading to camp for the first time on Monday, May 30 – will have about the next 54 days to prepare and be formidable enough to start their campaign.

Hearts of Oak dominate the list with the highest number of 7 players.

Full 35 man squad summoned 

Goal keepers 

Abdulai Iddrisu (Bechem United), Danlad Ibrahim (Asante Kotoko)

Richard Attah (Hearts of Oak), Stephen Kwaku (Great Olympics)


Michael Ampadu (Legon Cities), Augustine Randolf (Karela United)

Mohammed Alhassan, Dennis Korsah (Hearts of Oak), Imoro Ibrahim (Asante Kotoko)

Henry Ansu (Berekum Chelsea), Konadu Yiadom (WAFA SC), Samuel Osei Kuffour (Bechem United)

Vincent Atingah (Medeama SC), Solomon Adomako (Great Olympics), Abdulai Ibrahim (Dreams FC)


Dominic Nsobila (Accra Lions), Abdul Aziz Nurudeen, Suraj Seidu, Salifu Ibrahim (Hearts of Oak)

Razak Kasim (Great Olympics), Francis Twene (Bechem United), Umar Basiru (Karela United)

Augustine Roland Frimpong (RTU), Mudasiru Salifu (Asante Kotoko), Maxwell Arthur (Dreams FC)


Augustine Okrah, Clinton Duodu (Bechem United), Jonah Attuquaye (Legon Cities)

Bright Adjei, Sam Adams (Aduana FC), Daniel Afriyie Barnieh (Hearts of Oak)

Agyenim Boateng Mensah (Dreams FC), Maxwell Abbey Quaye (Great Olympics)

Evans Osei Wusu (Tema Youth), Isaac Mintah (New Edubaise United)

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