Players and authorities of the club went through COVID-19 tests recently
A few players and authorities have tried positive for the infection
Ghana Premier League champions, Accra Hearts of Oak have affirmed that a few individuals from the specialized and playing bodies have tried positive for COVID-19.
As a component of arrangements towards the CAF Champions League tie against Guinean side Cl Kamsar on September 10, players and training staff of the club went through a required COVID test on Friday Thursday, August 26, 2020.
Shockingly for the Phobians, a few individuals tried positive and may miss the primary leg of the installation in Guinea.
The club’s true assertion is said to have given an explanation, declaring that “the administration of Accra Hearts of Oak is therefore telling the club’s fan base and the overall population that having completed required testing of its players and authorities for COVID-19, a couple of the individuals tried positive for the infection.
“Those influenced are at present in segregation, however they are largely asymptomatic and in great soul. We need to guarantee our allies that this advancement won’t hamper our groundwork for the CAF Champions League.”
“Every one of the players and authorities will be retested and surprisingly more rigid measures set up to guarantee no additionally spread of the infection.”
“We will indeed make a move to urge everyone to notice the related conventions consistently, as we keep on acclimating to existence with this lethal infection.”
Hearts are making a re-visitation of Africa following a long term break. The supreme FA Cup not really set in stone to have an effect in Africa and have increased their title-winning crew with some high-profile names.
Youthful aggressor Benjamine Yorke has joined from Samartex whiles they have culled Gladson Awako from city rivals Great Olympics.
Hearts have made around six new signings heading into the opposition with assumptions high that Samuel Boadu and his charges will have an effect.
Thomas Partey, Kudus return as Ghana coach names squad for Zimbabwe doubleheader
Ghana coach Milovan Rajevach has named a 32-man provisional squad for next month’s FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 qualifiers against Zimbabwe.
The who was unveiled as Ghana Coach on Friday, September 24, 2021, is preparing for a second bow against the Warriors of Zimbabwe next month.
The list includes Swindon Town FC goalkeeper Jojo Wallocott – a 26-year-old shot-stopper who has been given his first international call up.
Asante Kotoko youngster Danlad Ibrahim makes a return to the squad while Arsenal stalwart Thomas Partey who missed the games against Ethiopia and South Africa returns after recovering from an ankle injury that kept him out of action for the opening stages of the new season. Another returnee is Ajax Amsterdam star Mohammed Kudus.
Fiorentina ace Joseph Alfred Duncan will have the chance to make an impression this time having missed out on a call up for almost a year for varied reasons. Turkey based forward Benjamin Tetteh who plays for Yeni Malatyaspor has also been handed a call up by the Serbian tactician.
Ghana have a double-header against Zimbabwe in the next round of qualifiers in October. The Black Stars will take on the Warriors on Saturday, October 12 at the Cape Coast stadium on match day three of the qualifiers before traveling to Harare three days later for the reverse fixture.
Ghana’s Provisional squad
Lawrence Ati- Zigi (FC St. Gallen), Richard Atta (Hearts of Oak), Ibrahim Danlad, (Asante Kotoko), Jojo Wallocott (Swindon Town)
Defenders: Philemon Baffuor (Dreams FC), Andrew Yiadom (Reading FC), Ismail Ganiyu (Asante Kotoko), Gideon Mensah (Bordeaux), Baba Abdul Rahman (Reading FC), Daniel Amartey (Leicester City), Joseph Aidoo (Celta Vigo), Jonathan Mensah (Columbus Crew), Alexander Djiku (Strasbourg).
Midfielders: Thomas Partey (Arsenal FC), Baba Idrissu (Real Mallorca), Alfred Duncan (Fiorentina), Emmanuel Lomotey (Amiens), Mubarak Wakaso, (Shenzhen FC), Mohammed Kudus (Ajax Amsterdam), Majeed Ashimeru (RSC Anderlecht), Kofi Kyere (St. Pauli), Abdul Fatawu Issahaku (Steadfast FC).
Forwards: Andre Ayew (Al Sadd SC), Kamaldeen Suleymana (Rennes), Tariq Fosu-Henry (Brentford FC), Joel Fameyeh (Orenburg), Yaw Yeboah (Wisła Kraków), Samuel Owusu (Al-Fayha FC), Jordan Ayew (Crystal Palace), Caleb Ekuban (Genoa), Emmanuel Gyasi (Spezia), Benjamin Tetteh (Yeni Malatyaspor).