Ghana release 27-man squad and jersey numbers for Algeria 2022 CHAN

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Ghana have officially announced their squad and jersey numbers for the 2022 Championship of African Nations (CHAN) to be played in Algeria from Friday, January 13 to Saturday, February 4.

The Black Galaxies arrived in Constantine earlier today for their fourth appearance at the biennial competition which will see them play Madagascar, Sudan and Morocco in the group stages.

In the squad for the competition are the likes of Daniel Afriyie Barnieh, David Abagna, Dennis Korsah and Gladson Awako who all have at least made an appearance with the senior national team, the Black Stars.

There’s also a place in the team for budding goalkeeper Ibrahim Danlad who was part of the team that represented Ghana at the 2022 World Cup.

Despite not traveling with the team to Cairo for the pre-tournament camping, Hearts of Oak’s Caleb Amankwah and Amos Acheampong of Great Olympics have also been included in the team.

For the jersey numbers, skipper Awako will wear the jersey number 11, Jonah Attuquaye was handed the jersey number 10, Daniel Afriyie Barnieh picks number 18 and so on.

Below is the full squad and jersey numbers:

1. Stephen Odai Kwaku – Great Olympics

2. Augustine Randolf – Karela United

3. Benjamin Abaidoo – Medeama SC

4. Solomon Adomako – Great Olympics

5. Konadu Yiadom – Hearts of Oak

6. Kwame Otu – Vision FC

7. Sylvester Simba – Dreams FC

8. David Abagna – Real Tamale United (RTU)

9. Dennis Nkrumah-korsah – Hearts of Oak

10. Jonah Attuquaye – Legon Cities

11. Gladson Awako – Hearts of Oak

12. Augustine Agyapong – Asante Kotoko

13. Dominic Nsobila – Accra Lions

14. Sherif Mohammed – Asante Kotoko

15. Henry Ansu – Berekum Chelsea

16. Danlad Ibrahim – Asante Kotoko

17. Augustine Boakye – Kotoku Royals

18. Daniel Afriyie Barnieh – Hearts of Oak

19. Yusif Abdul Razak – Great Olympics

20. Maxwell Arthur – Dreams FC

21. Razak Kasim – Great Olympics

22. William Essu – Legon Cities

23. Kofi Kordzi – Legon Cities

24. Seidu Suraj – Hearts of Oak

25. Kwadwo Addai – Karela United

27. Caleb Amankwah – Hearts of Oak

28. Amos Acheampong – Great Olympics

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