EXCLUSIVE: Ghana-Uganda match moved to Saturday, September 6

Ghana's squad at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Ghana’s squad at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

The Ghana Football Association has confirmed that their game against Uganda Cranes in a 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier will be played on Saturday, 06 September. 

Edgar Watson, the Chief Executive Officer of the Uganda FA told MTNFootball.com on Thursday that their counterparts in Ghana had communicated that they have moved the game by a day instead of the earlier date of 05 September.

“We received the confirmation that the game will be played on a Saturday in Kumasi,” said Watson.

 

The Cranes who last qualified for Afcon in 1978 have already embarked on training ahead of the match and will have a build-up away to Niger on September 2.

Guinea and Togo are the other teams in Group E of the AFCON qualifiers.

READERS COMMENTS

  1. Chaiiiiiiiiiii….. GHANA at it again koraaaaaaa ooooooooiii…. hahahahhaahaha…..
    GHANAIAN witch doctor KWEKU BONSAM want to rejujufy the kumasi pitch on friday 5th September paa ooooooooo. hahahahaaaa.. UGANDA should cry and GHANA shouldbe banned koraa… Enough of juju and football….. Thank GOD am not a GHANIAN

  2. Zambia waatete(KOFTOWN) says:

    GFA, fuck off who cares you can play on wednesday we dnt care anymore unless you corrupt officials including the coach has been remove.DICTATORS

  3. Ghana paa de says:

    I have a feeling Uganda are going to beat us hands down.

  4. Mboridja N.Sampson says:

    let prepare well for a defeat on our own soil