Ghana Black Stars camp in Johannesburg ahead of the competition in Ivory Coast for AFCON 2023: preparations are well underway.

Ghana's national soccer team, the Black Stars, is preparing for an intensive training camp in Johannesburg, South Africa, with a goal of improving their preparations for an upcoming competition in Ivory Coast.

Ghana black star’s decision is in keeping with the squad’s commitment to thorough preparation and targeted training in order to perform at their best in the anticipated competition.

Ghana black star’s squad will take on a friendly match against Botswana on January 8, 2024, during their ten-day stay in South Africa. Afterwards, they will head to Abidjan, Ivory Coast, for the AFCON, which is scheduled from January 13 to February 11, 2024.

It is expected that the coaching team will use the camp to improve tactical plans that fit the team’s advantages and possible drawbacks.

The first squad—which does not include Tariq Lamptey or Kamaldeen Sulemana—will meet in Johannesburg before the final squad announcement on January 3. Lamptey’s condition is being assessed by Brighton.

The Black Stars, who earned a spot in Group B, will have to battle with strong opponents including Egypt, Cape Verde, and Mozambique as they get ready for hard group stage matches.

The team’s campaign starts on January 14 against Cape Verde, proceeds on to January 18 against Egypt, and ends on January 22, 2024, with a match against Mozambique in the group stage.



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