2014 World Cup: Ghana coach delighted with injury-free camp in Arnhem

Black Stars training in Arnhem

Black Stars training in Arnhem

By Ameenu Shardow

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Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah is delighted to be operating an injury-free camp in the Netherlands ahead of the 2014 World Cup.

The Black Stars are currently in Arnhem to intensify their preparations towards June’s finals in Brazil.

The only injury concern was the minor cut on the lip of goalkeeper Stephen Adams during Monday’s training session but the Black Stars medical team have assured it is nothing to worry about.

The whole team has been going about their training regimen in full fitness, something that delights coach Kwesi Appiah.

“There are so many countries who are suffering from these kind of petty injuries but thank God we’ve had no injuries at the moment and as I said everyone is doing well,” he said.

The team will continue with their preparations in Arnhem for the next few days before moving to Rotterdam for their friendly match against the Netherlands on Saturday.

The Black Stars will then move camp to the USA to conclude their preparations for the World Cup on June 1.

READERS COMMENTS

  1. bawah says:

    Why in the USA? In the country of our foes: opponent!

  2. Dr Who says:

    The Holy book says ‘I will set a table before you in the presence of your enemies’…..dont be scared…we are not only going to eat in their presence but sleep as well.

  3. George arhin says:

    We thank God for his mercy on the black stars, kwesi appiah shd assign them their respective roles very well for proper delivery.

  4. kuukuphilly says:

    We God all things are possible ..

  5. One Bullet! says:

    Why Arnhem? Is the climate similar to that of Brazil. Maybe AA want to strategize using the OPERATION MARKET GARDEN formular. B.S was better off to Train In South Africa.

  6. Benito says:

    Guys,no fears,those who watched the USA last night will tell you that there is no way they can beat us,I know it’s just training match and not competitive but their quality can’t match the black stars.could the slaughter of Egypt repeat ???? we will know in few days to come…God bless!!

  7. African Consciousness says:

    I want to thank Stephen Adams for taking one for the team, instead of taking out our star player Asamoah Gyan. If it was Dauda, Ghana might be without its current all time goal scorer. It shows you have to have brains as well as braun to be a good goalkeeper and also a good defender.

    I will however advise Stephen during the real deal at the World Cup protect yourself when you go for aerial balls. We need you for all the games that will be decided by penalty kicks. OK!

    Dr Coach Appiah you are doing a great job with the lads, expect an injury free camp. Train and work them hard but save the best for Brazil where it really counts. Win 10-0 against the Netherlands and it does not mean squat in the World Cup especially if you end up with injured stars.