Team for Tunisia game named

15 years ago

As Ghana gets ready to host next week’s international friendly, Milovan Rajevac has picked a 21 man squad in preparation for the game against Tunisia.

Milovan Rajevac hands Arab Contractors player, Samuel Kyere a place in his squad for the game against the Carthage Eagles.

Players of the Black Stars would gather at Accra's Novotel Hotel on Monday for the match.

Quincy Owusu-Abeyie makes a return to the squad after missing out of the last Ghana game. Also back into the squad is Hans Adu Sarpei of Bayer Leverkusen.

Andre Ayew bags his call up under Milovan Rajevac while Samuel Yeboah also gets an invitation.

On Wednesday evening Ghana take on Tunisia in a friendly at the Ohene Djan Stadium in Accra that is aimed at preparing the Black Stars for the World Cup/African Nations Cup 2010 qualifiers.

The game would also seek to preach against violence and foster unity among Ghanaians as the country goes to the polls next month.

Rajevac after qualifying Ghana for the next round in the World Cup/African Nations Cup 2010 qualifiers is keen to get more games for the Black Stars ahead of the qualifiers which does not begin until next year.

According to Ghana Football Association, all Fifa match days would be utilized as the Black Stars seek to make it to the finals of the World Cup, thus a second successive appearance.