Ghana name squad for Wafu Cup of Nations

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Coach Maxwell Konadu has unveiled his provisional team for the regional competition

Ghana have summoned 25 players for the Wafu Cup of Nations which begins on Saturday.

Hearts of Oak linchpin Winful Cobbinah headlines the roster, along with teammates Patrick Razak, Kwame Kizito, Vincent Atinga and Thomas Abbey.

Although Sadick Adams is conspicuously missing, Asante Kotoko are still well represented by goalkeeper Felix Annan and defenders Amos Frimpong and Ahmed Adams.

Wafa midfielder Gideon Waja, who is currently with the team A for 2018 World Cup qualifying duty, is expected to link up with the squad upon his return from Congo.

Ghana kick of the Wafa campaign against Gambia in a Zone A playoff on Saturday.

The match winner join seven others for the group stage of the competition.

Maxwell Konadu's side will be hoping to make amends after losing to Burkina Faso over two legs in African Nations Championship qualifying last month.

Full squad:

Goalkeepers: Joseph Addo (Aduana Stars), Felix Annan (Asante Kotoko), Kwame Baah (Inter Allies)

Defenders: Amos Frimpong (Asante Kotoko), Emmanuel Ampiah (Elmina Sharks), Moro Ibrahim (Bolga Allstars), Samuel Sarfo (Liberty Professionals), Vincent Atinga (Hearts of Oak), Nuhu Musah (Wafa), Ahmed Adams (Asante Kotoko)

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Midfielders: Gideon Waja (Wafa), Farouk Mohammed (Elmina Sharks), Isaac Twum ( Inter Allies), Emmanuel Lomotey (Dreams FC), Winful Cobbinah (Hearts of Oak), Amos Addai (Ashgold) Zakaria Mumuni (Aduana Stars), Patrick Razak (Hearts of Oak), Richmond Lamptey (Wafa), Thomas Abbey (Hearts of Oak), Seidu Salifu ( Unattached)

Strikers: Felix Addo (Elmina Sharks), Daniel Lomotey (Wafa), Stephen Sarfo (Berekum Chelsea), Kwame Kizito (Hearts of Oak)

 

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