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Full house in Ghana’s camp as seven new arrive ahead of Nigeria clash 

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By Wale Mustapha
The camp of Ghana’s Black Stars have swell to 25 players on Tuesday following the arrival of seven new players ahead of international friendly matches against Nigeria and Uganda.
Coach Otto Addo led 18 players to their first training session last night after a light workout on Monday.
The new seven players are joining the team in Marrakech, Morocco are Osman Bukari, Edmund Addo, Jerome Opoku, Forson Amankwaah, Ebenezer Annan, Baba Iddrisu and Francis Abu.
The seven players touched down Tuesday evening to increase the number of players to Twenty-three.
The players already in camp are Tariq Lamptey, Lawrence Ati-Zigi, Andre Ayew, Jordan Ayew, Kasim Nuhu, Antoine Semenyo, Abdul Samed Salis, Patrick Kpozo, Alidu Seidu, Joseph Wollacott, Abdul Fatawu Issahaku, Denis Odoi, Ernest Nuamah, Osman Ibrahim, Abdulai Nurudeen, and Frederick Asare.
They will train with the squad on Wednesday later today as Coach Addo will use the two games to assess his team ahead of the 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers in June an other future assignments.
The team officially opened camp on Monday, March 18, with a workout session on Tuesday morning before hitting the fiel in the evening.
The Black Stars will engage Super Eagles on Friday as both nations set to rekindle their rivalries in football.

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