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Ghana National Football Team – Ghana Black Stars

The Ghana national football team is the men’s national soccer team that represents Ghana. It has been active since the 1950s and currently consists of about twenty players and technical staff. They are nicknamed the Black Stars, after the Black Star of Africa that is found on the country’s flag.

They have won many international tournaments. Read on to learn more about the team and its history. Here are some facts about the team:

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The first and most important thing to know about the Ghana national football team is its players. The team has a very experienced squad. The full squad includes about 25 Ghanaian players from different clubs. The full list includes.

  • Lawrence Ati Zigi
  • Abdul Nurudeen
  • Joe Wollacott
  • Richard Attah
  • Alexander Djiku
  • Daniel Amartey
  • Abdul Mumin
  • Jonathan Mensah
  • Abdul-Rahman Baba
  • Gideon Mensah
  • Andy Yiadom
  • Philomon Baffour
  • Thomas Partey
  • Mohammed Kudus
  • Mubarak Wakaso
  • Iddrisu Baba
  • Edmund Addo
  • Daniel-Kofi Kyereh
  • Issahaku Abdul Fatawu
  • David Abagna
  • Kamaldeen Sulemana
  • Joseph Paintsil
  • André Ayew
  • Samuel Owusu
  • Jordan Ayew
  • Benjamin Tetteh
  • Yeni Malatyaspor
  • Richmond Boakye
  • Maxwell Quaye

The players are all Ghanaians, and the national team is currently led by Captain Andre Ayew, who has been one of the main players for the national team since its inception in 2006. With 109 caps, the midfielder is the top scorer for Ghana. His long-range goals have won the nation’s gold medal twice.

Andre Ayew is the most capped player with 109 caps, while Mohamed Atsu, from Real Madrid, is the top scorer with more than 15 goals.

The team has been in the semi-finals numerous times, making the nation proud. In recent years, they have won the African Cup of Nations about four times. This is their longest run in the competition, but they have been involved in many other international tournaments. You can find more information about Ghana’s national team on its website.

The team has a large number of great players on its roster. One of the team’s most experienced players is Asamoah Gyan, with 109 caps and about 51 goals. The team’s top scorers are Andre Dede Ayew, Sulley Muntari, Jordan Ayew, Abedi Pele Ayew,Mubarak Wakaso,Stephan Appiah,Charles Akunnor,Tony Yeboah,

Junior Agogo, Charles Amoah, Kwame Ayew, Kofi M’fum, Thomas Partey, Matthew Amoah, Kwasi Owusu, Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu, Samuel Opoku N’ti, Christian Atsu, Osei Kofi, Michael Essien, Felix Aboagye, Yaw Preko, Prince Polley Opoku, Prince Tagoe, Isaac Boakye, Opoku Afriye, Ibrahim Sunday, Al Hassan, Frank Odoi among others.

The Ghana national football team has a strong history of success. In addition to winning the African Cup of Nations, Ghana has won numerous major international tournaments. They’ve won the Africa Cup of Nations four times: in 1963, 1965, 1978, and 1982. Their teams have also reached the World Cup Finals. If you’re wondering how to be a part of the national team, the best way to get involved is to become a fan.

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Frank Oteng known professionally as Ghlagatin is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter.He is the founder of Ghlagatin.net, an entertainment website. He graduated from Accra Technical University, ATU with a National High Diploma in Interior Design.

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