Black Stars have players have shown strong commitments ahead of Sunday’s World Cup qualifier against Sudan as more than half have arrived for the big showdown.
As many as twelve players have already touched base in the West African country for the tricky due at the Baba Yara stadium in Kumasi.
Greuther Fürth left-back Baba Abdul Rahman was first to arrive while centre-back Isaac Vorsah and Awal Mohammed are in town for the crunch game.
Italy-based duo Kwadwo Asamoah and Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu as well as TP Mazembe trio Richard Kissi Boateng, Yaw Frimpong and Solomon Asante are among players that have arrived early in preparations for the game.
Captain Asamoah Gyan is available after attending the funeral of his late mum and will join three other local players – Fatau Dauda, Daniel Agyei and Mahatma Otoo.
This brings to twelve the number of players who have made themselves available for the game demonstrating amazing commitment and seriousness ahead of the encounter.
Head trainer Kwesi Appiah could have a full house by Tuesday as in-from AC Milan star Sulley Muntari, Emmanuel Frimpong, Wakaso Mubarak, Albert Adomah, John Boye, Rabiu Mohammed, Abdul Majeed Wari, David Accam and Jonathan Mensah are expected to arrive on Monday night.
The Black Stars have however been dealt a massive blow after winger Christian Atsu was ruled out with a groin a problem.