Black Stars complete first training session in Kumasi ahead of Sierra Leone clash
Nine players turned up for the first day of Black Stars' training session in Kumasi ahead of their back-to-back 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.
The first batch of players arrived in the Garden City on Monday morning and led by captain Asamoah Gyan who was among some of the early players to join the camp.
The England-based duo of Christian Atsu and Andy Yiadom were also part of the training supervised by coach Kwesi Appiah at the Baba Yara Stadium, the venue for Saturday's match.
Afriyie Aqcuah, Felix Annan of Asante Kotoko, Nicholas Opoku, Bernand Mensah, Richard Ofori and Levante attacker Emmanuel Boateng were the rest of the players present.
The team arrived on Monday morning and are lodged at the plush Golden Tulip hotel.
Coach Appiah's assistants Ibrahim Tanko and Maxwell Konadu joined light training session that started at 4pm in Kumasi.
Training will continue on Tuesday where the number of players in the team is expected to swell with several players arriving on Monday night.