Moldova-based midfielder Edmund Addo to earn late Black Stars call-up


Ghanaian midfielder Edmund Addo will apparently be given a late greeting to join the Black Stars for the World Cup qualifying twofold header against Zimbabwe in October.


The Moldova-based player is said to have been reached by the Ghana Football Association (GFA) to join the group’s camp one week from now for the essential games.


Addo is coming to supplant Alfred Duncan who is harmed and won’t respect mentor Milovan Rajevac’s call-up, having been remembered for the 32-man temporary crew.

Addo has been in extraordinary structure this season and his call-up, whenever affirmed, will be merited.

On Tuesday, he dominated as debutants Sheriff delivered an extraordinary surprise in the Champions League by beating 13-time European bosses Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu.


Addo, typically conveyed as holding midfielder, joined the Moldovan bosses in the late spring and has laid down a good foundation for himself as a vital participant.

He hasn’t missed a game this season with an aggregate of 12 appearances up until now.

The Black Stars will take on the Warriors on Saturday, October 9 at the Cape Coast arena on match day three of the qualifiers prior to making a trip to Harare three days after the fact for the converse apparatus.

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