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I would have rejected Black Stars contact-up for Mali friendly


Athletics News of Wednesday, 30 September 2020

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Aduana Stars striker, Yahaya MohammedAduana Stars striker, Yahaya Mohammed

Aduana Stars striker, Yahaya Mohammed has reported that he agrees with the choice of Black Stars coach Charles Akonnor to fall him from Ghana’s pleasant recreation towards Mali in October.

Yahaya Mohammed was handed his 1st contact-up to the Black Stars for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying match against Sudan which was slated to arrive off in March but the game was postponed owing to the Coronavirus pandemic.

The 31-calendar year-old scored 11 goals for Aduana Stars in the truncated 2019/2020 Ghana Leading League.

Even so, Yahaya who is popularly regarded as “Lukaku” couldn’t make it into the hottest Black Stars squad to face Mali in an international helpful match on October 9.

Reacting to the Black Stars connect with-ups in an interview with Kumasi-dependent Angel FM, Yahaya Mohammed said that he was not surprised to see his title missing in the squad list.

“I’m not astonished by my exclusion on @ghanafaofficial Black Stars simply call-up. I would have been daring to notify @akonnor_ck that I won’t be able to be part of the squad if I was named upon. The rationale is very simple, I have been off the pitch for some time now and I absence match health.”

No area player manufactured the squad owing to the coronavirus induced absence of soccer in Ghana for the final six months.

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