The United Kingdom has designated South Africa as a red-list country.
These Ghanaian players’ who visit that country will be subject to a 10-day quarantine upon their return to the UK.
According to the BBC, Fifa President Infantino has requested that a strategy employed in the Euros be reviewed, which may provide some relief to Ghanaian players.
CK Akonnor, the coach of the Black Stars, has named 30 players for the forthcoming Fifa World Cup qualifiers against Ethiopia and South Africa,
This opening match will take place in Accra and Johannesburg, respectively.
Jordan Ayew, Daniel Amartey, and Tariqe Fosu, all of whom are based in England.
We will miss the match against South Africa in Johannesburg, which is one of the red-listed nations.
Over 60 players from 19 Premier League clubs will not be flying for international assignments in September, according to a statement on the English FA’s website.
Following a release by the English FA, which forbids them from traveling to the UK’s red listed countries.
Ghana will be without three key players for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers next month.
Jordan Ayew, Daniel Amartey, and Tariqe Fosu, all of whom are based in England,
Missing the match against South Africa in Johannesburg, which is one of the red-listed nations.
The Black Stars, who were unable to compete in the 2018 World Cup in Russia,
This begin their qualifying campaign at home against Ethiopia before heading to South Africa three days later.
Despite the fact that Ghana is not a red zone, there are restrictions governing players departing,
Furthermore, they must quarantine for ten days following their return.
During the AFCON qualifiers in March, several players were allowed to travel to South Africa before the rest of as the team arrives in Accra for the game against Sao Tome.
Thomas Partey was named to the first roster, however coach C.K Akonnor confirmed that he will miss the games due to an ankle ailment.
Meanwhile, Baba Rahman, who was left out of Chelsea’s Premier League team for the 2021/22 season, could fly to Ghana.
The former Ghanaian Players captain believes that winning the 2021 Nation’s Cup
Cameroon players will end Ghana’s 39-year quest for an AFCON triumph.
C.K Akonnor called for assistance from local coaches in a zoom conference meeting with the media, insisting that he can win the league next year.