Black Stars Arrive In Uganda Ahead of World Cup Qualifier
Four-time African champions Ghana Black Stars arrived in Uganda on Thursday night for their 5th match of the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
A delegation of twenty one players and nine officials set foot at Entebbe International by 21:10 hours from Nairobi.
They were received by the FUFA Protocol team lead by former Uganda Cranes international Lawrence Kizito and Richard Nandigobe.
It took more than an hour as the delegation went through the mandatory immigration procedure.
The players and officials alike looked weary and tired as they wheeled their luggage to the Bus.
The initial group had to wait for a little longer before some of the players’ luggage that had been misplaced was located.
Goalkeepers: Richard Ofori (Martizburg,South Africa), Lawrence Ati (Sochaux, France), Joseph Addo (Aduana Stars)
Defenders: Daniel Opare (Augsburg, Germany), Agbenyenu Lumor (Portimonese, Portugal), Abass Mohammed (Harrisburg City, USA), Kasim Nuhu (Young Boys, Switzerland), Daniel Amartey (Leicester,England), Jonathan Mensah (Columbus Crew,USA), Nicholas Opoku (Club Africain, Tunisia), Vincent Atinga (Hearts of Oak)
Midfielders: Thomas Partey (Atletico Madrid, Spain), Joseph Attamah (Bakaksehir, Turkey), Kingsley Sarfo (Malmo, Sweden) Alfred Duncan (Sassuolo FC, Italy), Ebenezer Ofori (Stuttgart, Germany), Thomas Agyepong (NAC Breda, Holland), Isaac Twum (Inter Allies), Patrick Twumasi (Astana FC, Kazakhtan)
Forwards: Raphael Dwamena (FC Zurich, Switzerland), John Antwi (Misr Lel-Makkasa, Egypt), Richmond Boakye Yiadom (Crvena Zvezda, Serbia)