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The Azonto Quest

Started on 18 June 2013 by KingPadster
Latest Reply on 20 June 2013 by KingPadster
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Good start. Looking forward to this.

In your Legends section in the OP you have said Abedi Pele is the son of Andre and Jordan Ayew.
Looking forward to the rest!! Very Good!
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15.08.12 – Baba Yara Sports Stadium – Friendly
Ghana v Uruguay

0 – 1
Gargano (49)

Review: "It was a difficult game and an emotional one too with the history between us. We lost but it was our first game together under the new era and I must say, we looked much better than Uruguay. I'm happy with the passion and commitment shown by us."
I hate Uruguay. This is terrible for the nation.
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GHANA DRAW LIBERIA



Ghana has been drawn against Liberia for the African Cup of Nations Qualifying Second Round this October.

The game takes place on the 14th October in Liberia’s Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex and gives new boss Marcel Desailly another opportunity to test the players at his disposal.

Ghana will also face Canada away at the Saputo Stadium on the 14th November in a friendly that they are being touted as favourites.
Fodder. We'll wipe the floor with them.
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GHANA SQUAD ANNOUNCED


This time we’ve gone for 3 strikers with Amoah back in the squad. Rahman replaces the injured Mensah, Vorsah is back after Boye’s injury and Adomah replaces Atsu. Muntari is still out injured as is Clottey but Wakaso earns himself a spot.

Goalkeepers

Richard Kingson, Adam Larsen Kwarasey, Razak

Defenders

Lee Addy, Nana Asare, Baba Rahman, John Mensah, Samuel Inkoom, Isaac Vorsah, John Pantsil

Midfielders

Afriye Acquah, Kwadwo Asamoah, Andre Ayew, Emmanuel Badu, Derek Boateng, Michael Essien, Albert Adomah, Quincy Owusu Abeiye, Ishmael Yartey, Mubarak Wakaso

Forwards

Jordan Ayew, Waris Majeed, Matthew Amoah
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14.10.12 – Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex – Second Round – 1st Leg
Liberia v Ghana

0 – 5
Asare (13) Jordan Ayew (21, 27, 81) Asamoah (38)

Review: Absolutely fantastic today against what I consider to be a weaker team. Jordan got the headlines but I was especially impressed by new boy Yartey. Him and Inkoom seem to have a strong bond on the right side of the field. Our midfield was where it was won today as they were in a completely different level to Liberia's, both technically and physically.
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17.10.12 – Baba Yara Sports Stadium - Second Round – 2nd Leg
Ghana v Liberia

3 – 0

(8-0 agg.)
Yartey (1, 5) Asamoah (6)

Review: Played a weaker side this time and I’m pleased with the depth shown. Yartey was the one of the few to keep his place as I was intrigued to see how he done. He didn’t disappoint either.
Excellent two legged results, Ayew and Yartey look top class :D
I knew we would hammer them. Great results. :P
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Group Stage Draw

Group A




Central African Republic, Ghana, Nigeria, Tunisia

Group B




Egypt, Libya, Sierra Leone, South Africa

Group C




Ivory Coast, Mali, Morocco, Senegal

Group D




Algeria, Cameroon, Mozambique, Zambia



South Africa awaits YOU!!!
Wow, that is a tough draw, but I think you can overcome Nigeria!
Great update, but the picture at the end scared the fuck outta me :P
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GHANA SQUAD ANNOUNCED


Some players have returned from injury whilst others have been ruled out. Matthew Amoah’s injury rules him out while Sullye Muntari continues to be side-lined and is a growing concern for us. John Boye and Jonathan Mensah return into my selection and Razak keeps his place ahead of George Owu as our third choice keeper. Christian Atsu replaces Albert Adomah and Richmond Boakeye gets a call up after impressing for Sassuolo.

Goalkeepers

Richard Kingson, Adam Larsen Kwarasey, Razak

Defenders

Jonathan Mensah, Nana Asare, John Boye, Lee Addy, Samuel Inkoom, Isaac Vorsah, John Pantsil

Midfielders

Afriye Acquah, Kwadwo Asamoah, Andre Ayew, Emmanuel Badu, Derek Boateng, Michael Essien, Christian Atsu, Quincy Owusu Abeiye, Ishmael Yartey, Mubarak Wakaso

Forwards

Jordan Ayew, Waris Majeed, Richmond Boakeye

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