Black Stars B Hearts players dominate Maxwell Konadu’s final 18-man squad

Maxwell Konadu has announced Ghana’s final 18-man squad for the upcoming WAFU tournament

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Medeama’s Justice Blay has been dropped as Maxwell Konadu named his final 18-man squad for the West African Football Union (WAFU) championship in Ghana.

Accra Hearts of Oak now have five players, the most followed by rival Asante Kotoko with three, WAFA and Aduana Stars come third with two players each.

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The tournament will kick off this weekend with Ghana, the hosts facing off with the Gambia in an elimination game.

Full Squad below.


1. Joseph Addo – Aduana Stars

2. Felix Annan – Asante Kotoko


3. Amos Frimpong – Asante Kotoko

4. Ahmed Adams – Asante Kotoko

5. Samuel Sarfo – Liberty Professionals

6. Vincent Atinga – Hearts of Oak

7. Emmanuel Ampiaw – Elmina Sharks

8. Daniel Darkwa – Aduana Stars


9. Thomas Abbey – Hearts of Oak

10. Patrick Razak – Hearts of Oak

11. Isaac Twum – Inter Allies

12. Kelvin Andoh – Wa All Stars

13. Gideon Waja – WAFA

14. Winful Cobbinah – Hearts of Oak

15. Richmond Lamptey – WAFA

16. Seidu Salifu – Unattached

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17. Stephen Sarfo – Berekum Chelsea

18. Kwame Kizito – Hearts of Oak

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