2022 WCQ: Black Stars hold training at Cape Coast Stadium [Photos]


Milovan Rajevac led his team to the field on Tuesday evening for their first training session ahead of Saturday’s FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 qualifier against Zimbabwe.

  

The Serbian tactician, who took over the reins of the senior national side two weeks ago, is preparing his players for the task ahead – a doubleheader against the Warriors of Zimbabwe on Saturday, October 9 and Tuesday, October 12 respectively.

Milovan Rajevac and his two Assistants, Otto Addo and Maxwell Konadu led an exciting session at the Cape Coast stadium Tuesday.

Some 25 players are currently in camp preparing for the match. Columbus Crew captain Jonathan Mensah, who is expected in Accra tonight, will join the team on Wednesday as the GFA continues to assess Andrew Yiadom’s situation at Reading FC.

Ghana is 3rd in Group G with three points following a win over Ethiopia and a 1-0 loss to South Africa in the first two matches in the World Cup campaign.

The match is scheduled for 1600Hrs kick-off on Saturday, October 9, 2021.

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