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Black Stars Avram Grant's men train in new Puma kit

The Black Stars tried their new kit from Puma on Monday during their training session ahead of the AFCON qualifier against Mauritius.

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The senior national team of Ghana tried their new kit designed by Puma during their training session on Monday afternoon.

Puma used the Black Stars as the first African country to try out the technology with the remaining two African countries being Cote D’Ivoire and Cameroon to try out later in the week.

Avram Grant and his players have started their preparation towards their Africa Cup of Nations qualifying game against Mauritius set for Sunday, June 5, 2016.

18 players reported for the first training session on Monday with goalkeeper Razak Braimah, Daniel Amartey, Alfred Duncan, Edwin Gyimah and Thomas Partey expected to join the team ahead of their trip to Mauritius.

The Black Stars will hold two training sessions on Tuesday before traveling to Port Louis on Wednesday ahead of the game at the Stade George on Sunday.

Ghana are the leaders of Group H with 10 points, needing just a single point against Mauritius to qualify for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations tournament in Gabon.

Photo credit: Senyuiedzorm Awusi Adadevoh

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