Goal Ghana takes a look at Ghana's five all-time oldest debutants in the history of the Black Stars
By Edmund Okai Gyimah
Goal Ghana turns focus on Ghana's five all-time oldest debutants in the Black Stars after coming up with the five youngest last week
|Derek Asamoah - 25 years, 262 days|
The Daegu FC striker who has been in and out of the Black Stars made his debut after Ghana's heroics in the 2006 World Cup in Germany. Asamoah was among a host of new players invited by the Black Stars technical team for friendly games in the Far East. The former Shrewsbury Town and OJ Nice forward made his debut in the friendly game against Japan in October 2006.
|Kim Grant - 24 years|
|Manuel Junior Agogo - 26 years, 289 days|
|Hans Adu Sarpei - 24 years|
The lateral defender who was born in Germany had the chance to represent the "Die Manschaft" but did not though he was always over looked by many of the expatriate coaches who handled the Black Stars. Sarpei made his Black Stars debut in 2000. Then coach Ratomir Dujkovic gave him a last minute call-up for the World Cup qualifying game against DR Congo as a replacement for John Paintsil who was refused a visa to join the team.
|Lloyd Owusu - 29 years, 230 days|