The Black Stars completed their final training session ahead of Tuesday’s highly anticipated friendly versus Morocco.
The West African nation was originally scheduled to play Ethiopia and South Africa in the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers, but CAF postponed the matches owing to concerns over Covid-19.
The Ghana Football Association has opted to play Morocco and Ivory Coast during the period leading up to the World Cup qualifiers, which begin in September, and the Africa Cup of Nations, which will be held in Cameroon in 2021.
On Sunday, the crew arrived in the North African country.
The game is slated to begin on June 8 in Rabat.
Following the game, Ghana will fly back to Accra to prepare for a friendly match against Ivory Coast on Saturday, June 12 at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium.
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