Ghana’s Black Stars jet in for tomorrow’ clash

The Ghanaian national team is already in the country for tomorrow’s clash with the Uganda Cranes.

The Black Stars jetted in this morning and are booked in at Kampala Serena Hotel.

The Cranes will conduct their last training session this after.

Cranes Doctor Ronald Kisolo says he yet to make a decision on whether Striker Yunus Sentamu will be fit to play tomorrow.

He sustained an injury during a recent training session. This is a must win return leg match for the Cranes if they must qualify for next year’s Africa Cup of Nation’s tournament.

Meanwhile, it will be almost impossible to stage the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations on time, atleast according to the man who organised the 2008 tournament in Ghana.

Morocco was due to stage the 2015 Cup but was removed as host after expressing fears over the Ebola virus.

The Confederation of African Football insists the tournament will go ahead on time, starting on 17 January.

But Dr Kofi Amoah says he does not think there is enough time for anyone to do it.

Caf said earlier this week that several countries had applied to stage the relocated event, and that a decision would be made in a matter of days.