Rajevac names roster for CHAN

15 years ago

The coming week would be a busy one for the technical handlers of the Black Stars as they prepare two sides for separate assignments.

Milovan Rajevac and his backroom staff first have an international A game on Wednesday against Tunisia, which is a friendly in Accra and a major qualifying game involving the local Black Stars coming up at the end of the month.

Both sets of teams begin preparations on Monday.

Ghana’s hunt for a place at the first African Nations Championship begins in Accra with Milovan Rajevac getting down to work with his selected squad of 30 players.

The local Black Stars are to arrive at their M-Plaza Hotel camp base on Monday.

The Serbian manager would work for the first time with the local Black Stars as Ghana and Nigeria battle to reach the finals of the African Nations Championship, when both sides clash in the final round qualifying match.

The local Black Stars would play against Nigeria on November 30 over a two-leg fixture with the winner going through to the finals of the maiden tournament organised by the Confederation of African Football.

Ghana reached the final round stage after completing the double over Niger in April.

Ivory Coast will host the maiden competition from the 22nd February-8th March 2009.

The Africa Nations Championships is a new tournament designed by Caf for only home-based players of its member countries would host the first leg.

Team List:

Goal keepers:

Fatau Dauda - Ashantigold Ernest Sowah - Tema Youth Osei Boateng - King Faisal


Samuel Inkoom - Kotoko Emmanuel Ansong - Heart of Lions Habib Mohammed - Ashantigold Ofosu Appiah - Kotoko Iddrisu Yahaya - Kessben Kofi Agyare - Kessben Mohammed Awal - Feyenoord Nafiu Awudu - King Faisal Godfred Yeboah - Kotoko


Jordan Opoku - Kotoko Edmund Owusu Ansah - Heart of Lions Daniel Yeboah - Liberty Agyemang Badu - Arsenal Ebo Andoh - King Faisal Ekow Benson - Tema Youth Baba Iddi - Kessben Abraham Annan - Heart of Lions Kofi Abanga - Hearts Sam Ayew - Liberty Francis Mantey - Olympics Samed Oppong - King Faisal Mark Sekyere - Kotoko


Eric Bekoe - Kotoko Yaw Antwi - Liberty Kojo Poku - Kotoko Alex Asamoah - Ashantigold Latif Salifu - Liberty