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Africa Cup 2022 - National Football Team - Ghana - Squad

 GHANA
GROUP C

Andre Ayew, now playing in Qatar, was Ghana's top scorer in World Cup qualifying with three goals.

Appearance: 23rd
Best finish: Winners (1963, 1965, 1978, 1982)
Coach: Milovan Rajevac
Captain: Andre Ayew
Fifa ranking: 52
Nickname: Black Stars


GHANA 
• Squad


Goalkeepers

Jojo Wolacott 
(Swindon Town, England) 

Abdul Manaf Nurudeen 
(Eupen, Belgium) 

Richard Attah 
(Hearts of Oak, Ghana) 

Lawrence Ati Zigi 
(St Gallen, Switzerland)


Defenders

Andy Yiadom 
(Reading, England) 

Baba Rahman 
(Reading, England) 

Philemon Baffuor 
(Dreams FC, Ghana) 

Gideon Mensah 
(Bordeaux, France)

Daniel Amartey 
(Leicester City, England) 

Alexander Djiku 
(Strasbourg, France) 

Jonathan Mensah 
(Columbus Crew, USA) 

Khalid Abdul Mumin 
(Vitoria Guimaraes, Portugal)


Midfielders 

Baba Iddrissu 
(Real Mallorca, Spain) 

Edmund Addo 
(Sheriff Tiraspol, Moldova) 

Thomas Partey 
(Arsenal, England)

Mubarak Wakaso 
(Shenzhen, China) 

Mohammed Kudus 
(Ajax, Netherlands)

Daniel Kofi Kyere 
(St. Pauli, Germany)

David Abagna 
(Real Tamale United, Ghana)


Forwards

Abdul Fatawu Issahaku 
(Dreams FC, Ghana), 

Samuel Owusu 
(Al Fayha, Saudi Arabia), 

Kamaldeen Suleymana 
(Rennes, France), 

Andre Ayew 
(Al Sadd SC. Qatar), 

Joseph Paintsil 
(Genk, Belgium), 

Jordan Ayew 
(Crystal Palace, England), 

Richmond Boakye Yiadom 
(Beitar Jerusalem, Israel), 

Maxwell Abbey Quaye 
(Great Olympics, Ghana) 

Benjamin Tetteh 
(Malatyaspor, Turkey)

 

 

 

11 Jan 2022
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