Ghana’s key players plying their trade in Europe and elsewhere have hit top form ahead of this month’s World Cup qualifier against Sudan in Kumasi.
This comes as a massive boost for coach Kwesi Appiah just hours before he names his squad for the must-win game in the Garden City.
Following the Black Stars unimpressive performance at the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa last month, there were fears about the future of the squad as some players did not live up to expectation.
But since returning to their clubs in Europe, the Black Stars key players have put their Nations Cup disappointment behind them by performing well for their clubs.
Hitman Asamoah Gyan continued where he left off as he scored twice for Al Ain over the weekend to continue with his impressive scoring form in the UAE-top-flight.
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