Ex Ghana FA chief Ben Koufie has dismissed perceptions the returning retired and semi retired Black Stars will be problematic for the team.
Andre and Jordan Ayew have made themselves available for national team duty after writing to the Ghana FA last week to rescind their temporal sabbatical from international football.
AC Milan star Kevin-Prince Boateng has also ended his almost two-year absence from the team by making his return official in writing to the Ghana FA.
His Milan teammate Sulley Muntari has also slapped in a letter to apologize for his dressing room bust up with coach Akwasi Appiah in the win over Lesotho in the 2014 World Cup qualifier in June.
Some however believe the expected immediate return to the team by these returnees could spark disquiet in the team.
But former GFA capo Ben Koufie thinks otherwise – that the returnees are already part and therefore shouldn’t cause any problems.
“I don’t believe so; they are old players of the team. They went away and they are now coming back,” he told Metro941.com.
“It depends on the coach, who he needs, who should be used and who shouldn’t be used for the match.”
The returning quartet could be making their Black Stars return against Zambia in the deciding 2014 World Cup qualifier on September 6 in Kumasi.