By Ameenu Shardow, follow on Twitter @alooameenu
The Black Stars will pitch camp outside Ghana towards the second leg clash of the 2014 World Cup playoffs against Egypt.
The Black Stars go into next month’s return encounter holding a commanding 6-1 led.
The Ghana FA is however not relenting on their plans to give the team the best of preparations toward the November 19 clash despite the comfortable cushioning.
A Black Stars management committee meeting is scheduled for Tuesday to discuss possible camping venues for the team – which has now been confirmed to be definitely pitched outside the country.
“We will start making plans of our preparations towards the second leg game,” Ghana FA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi told Joy FM.
“We will be looking at issues of our camping which will definitely be outside Ghana.
“The second leg is important and we will approach it with all the seriousness it deserves.”
The venue for the return encounter remains unconfirmed due to security concerns in Cairo – the venue the Egyptians have earmarked to host the game.
FIFA have ordered the Egyptian authorities to prove the safety of the earmarked venue is absolutely safe before the match to go on – otherwise it would have to be played outside Egypt.