Former Black Satellites (U-20) skipper Clifford Aboagye has earned a late call-up for Ghana’s African Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifiers against Sudan later this month.
The Black Stars will host Sudan at the Cape Coast stadium on Thursday, November 12, before travelling to Khartoum to face the Falcons five days later in the reverse fixture.
Clifford Aboagye, who currently plies his trade in Mexico with Club Tijuana was initially left out of CK Akonnor’s 23-man squad for the aforementioned games, but has now been handed a late call-up.
However, it remains unclear who the former Inter Allies midfielder will be replacing in the team. Further reports also indicate that Majeed Ashimeru and Afriyie Acquah have also been handed late call-ups.
Clifford was an integral member of the team that represented Ghana at the 2013 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Turkey. He helped Ghana finish 3rd and was awarded the Bronze ball (3rd best player at the tournament).
Ghana currently sit first in group C with 6 points after beating South Africa 2-0 and São Tomé and Principe 1-0.