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Ghana Black Stars Squad And Their Clubs 2022

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Ghana Black Stars Squad And Their Clubs

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Ghana National Football Team Players

I have compiled the list of all Ghana national football team players who have featured for the Black Stars in the last twelve months for qualifiers, friendly, Africa Cup of Nations, or any other competition.

This article on the Ghana Black Stars squad and their clubs goes as far as revealing the current age of each member of the team as of today.

See Also: Top 10 Most Capped Super Eagles Players

Ghana National Team Players And Their Clubs

(GK) Abdul Manaf Nurudeen – Belgium; Eupen (aged 22)

(GK) Lawrence Ati-Zigi –  Switzerland; St. Gallen (aged 25)

(GK) Joe Wollacott –  England; Swindon Town (aged 25)

(GK) Richard Attah –  Ghana; Hearts of Oak (aged 26)

(DF) Andy Yiadom –  England; Reading (aged 30)

(DF) Philomon Baffour –  Ghana; Dreams (aged 20)

(DF) Jonathan Mensah –  United States; Columbus Crew (aged 31)

(DF) Gideon Mensah –  France; Bordeaux (aged 23)

(DF) Baba Rahman –  England; Reading (aged 27)

(DF) Daniel Amartey –  England; Leicester City (aged 27)

(DF) Alexander Djiku –  France; Strasbourg (aged 27)

(DF) Abdul Mumin –  Portugal; Vitória Guimarães (aged 23)

(MF) Thomas Partey –  England; Arsenal (aged 28)

(MF) Edmund Addo –  Moldova; Sheriff Tiraspol (aged 21)

(MF) Daniel-Kofi Kyereh –  Germany; St. Pauli (aged 25)

(MF) Mubarak Wakaso –  China; Shenzhen (aged 31)

(MF) Joseph Paintsil –  Belgium; Racing Genk (aged 23)

(MF) Mohammed Kudus –  Netherlands; Ajax (aged 21)

(MF) Iddrisu Baba –  Spain; Mallorca (aged 25)

(MF) David Abagna –  Ghana; Real Tamale (aged 23)

(FW) Abdul Fatawu Issahaku –  Ghana; Dreams (aged 17)

(FW) Jordan Ayew –  England; Crystal Palace (aged 30)

(FW) André Ayew –  Qatar; Al-Sadd (aged 32)

(FW) Richmond Boakye –  Israel; Beitar Jerusalem (aged 28)

(FW) Samuel Owusu –  Saudi Arabia; Al-Fayha (aged 25)

(FW) Kamaldeen Sulemana –  France; Rennes (aged 19)

(FW) Benjamin Tetteh – Turkey; Yeni Malatyaspor (aged 24)

(FW) Maxwell Abbey Quaye –  Ghana; Great Olympics (aged 23)

(GK) Ibrahim Danlad –  Ghana; Asante Kotoko (age 19)

(GK) Richard Ofori –  South Africa; Orlando Pirates (age 28)

(GK) Razak Abalora –  Ghana; Asante Kotoko (age 25)

(GK) Eric Ofori Antwi –  Ghana; Legon Cities (age 27)

(DF) Nicholas Opoku –  France; Amiens (age 24)

(DF) Fatawu Mohammed –  Ghana; Hearts of Oaks (age 29)

(DF) Joseph Adjei –  Ghana; Legon Cities (age 26)

(DF) Benson Anang –  Slovakia; Žilina (age 21)

(DF) Ibrahim Imoro –  Ghana; Asante Kotoko (age 22)

(DF) Yussif Mubarik –  Ghana; Asante Kotoko (age 26)

(DF) Kasim Nuhu –  Germany; 1899 Hoffenheim (age 26)

(DF) Stephan Ambrosius –  Germany; Hamburger SV (age 23)

(MF) Emmanuel Lomotey –  France; Amiens (age 24)

(MF) Yaw Yeboah –  United States; Columbus Crew (age 24)

(MF) Majeed Ashimeru –  Belgium; Anderlecht (age 24)

(MF) Alfred Duncan –  Italy; Fiorentina (age 29)

(MF) Tariqe Fosu –  England; Brentford (age 26)

(MF) Gladson Awako –  Ghana; Hearts of Oak (age 31)

(MF) Rashid Nortey –  Ghana; Medeama (age 26)

(MF) Moro Salifu –  Egypt; Al Ittihad Alexandria (age 23)

(MF) Jeffrey Schlupp –  England; Crystal Palace (age 29)

(MF) Justice Blay –  Ghana; Medeama (age 30)

(MF) Osman Bukari –  France; Nantes (age 23)

(MF) Kwame Poku –  England; Peterborough United (age 20)

(MF) Afriyie Acquah –  Saudi Arabia; Al-Batin (age 30)

(MF) Kamal Sowah –  Belgium; Club Brugge (age 22)

(FW) Felix Afena-Gyan –  Italy; Roma (age 19)

(FW) Joel Fameyeh –  Russia; Orenburg (age 24)

(FW) Emmanuel Gyasi –  Italy; Spezia (age 28)

(FW) Kwame Opoku –  Algeria; USM Alger (age 22)

(FW) Emmanuel Boateng –  China; Dalian Professional (age 25)

(FW) Joseph Esso –  Algeria; MC Alger (age 25)

(FW) Kwasi Okyere Wriedt –  Netherlands; Willem II (age 27)

(FW)  John Antwi –  Egypt; Tala’ea El Gaish (age 29)

If you feel this Ghana Black Stars squad and their clubs list isn’t complete and that some more footballers are supposed to be included, you can go ahead and do so using the comment box below.

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