Ghana’s AFCON squad hits the ground running with first training session in Seville

Ghana’s pre-Africa Cup of Nations squad held their first training session at their camping base in Seville on Monday evening.

Twenty-four (24) players took part in the work out as the Black Stars have started a ten-day camping exercise.

Spain-based Goalkeeper Razak Braimah was first to arrive in the team’s camp after playing in a league match for his side Mirandes in the second-tier league.

Leicester defender Jefferey Schlupp and midfielder Andre Ayew of the Olympique Marseille are yet to join their international teammates to complete the 26-man squad.

Ghana coach Avram Grant and his assistant Maxwell Konadu were in-charge of the training exercise.

The Black Stars will leave Seville on 14 January to Mongomo where they will be based in Equatorial Guinea to play Group C opponents Senegal, Algeria and South Africa.