Ghana Black Stars to Play Equatorial Guinea Next Month

The senior national football team of Ghana, the Black Stars, is set to play Equatorial Guinea in a second international friendly in the October international window.

According to the report by footy-ghana.com, who quoted Equato-Guinean sources, an agreement is already in place for the test match happen either on the 13th or 14th of October.

This match is expected to come after the Black Stars friendly duel fellow West African side Mali in Turkey on Friday, October 9.

The last time Ghana and Equatorial Guinea played each other was five years ago – at the semifinals of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations when the Black Stars hammered the Nzalang Nacional 3-0 in Malabo thanks to goals from Mubarak Wakaso and the Ayew brothers – Andre and Jordan.

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has so far been silent on arrangements for the Black Stars during the upcoming FIFA international break for friendly matches with the confirmation of the first test game for new boss Akonnor coming from the camp of the Malians last week.

The two international friendlies are expected to be tests for new head coach CK Akonnor who is yet to fully begin his tenure since being appointed as boss of the Ghana senior national team in January.

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