Greece-based defender Samuel Inkoom arrives to complete Ghana camp for Montenegro friendly

Samuel Inkoom arrived in Podgorica on Tuesday night

Samuel Inkoom arrived in Podgorica on Tuesday night

By Ameenu Shardow, follow on Twitter @alooameenu

Greece-based defender Samuel Inkoom was the last to arrive to complete the Ghana camp for the international friendly against Montenegro.

The 24-year-old arrived on Tuesday night in the company of Albert Adomah and Ghana FA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi to join the Black Stars camp in Podgorica.

Inkoom’s arrival completes the list of 20-players currently in camp.

The Ghana team had been dealt a blow after defender Harrison Afful was unable to make the trip from his Tunisia base over visa issues – even though there are behind the scenes effort to have the Esperance full back join the camp.

Coach Kwesi Appiah will for now therefore rely on 20 players for Wednesday’s friendly against Montenegro.

The match in Podgorica is the final friendly match for the Black Stars before the World Cup squad is named in May.

Ghana is drawn in Group G alongside Germany, Portugal and USA in its third successive appearance at the World Cup finals.

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