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Black Stars To Start Camping On 25 May For World Cup.

Black Stars will start camping on 25 May for the World Cup.

Black Stars to start World Cup camping on 25 May

Ghana will begin camping for the 2014 Brazil World Cup finals on 25 May, the Ghana Football Association has confirmed.

This will be one-week after all the major European Leagues (where the majority of Ghana players are based) have come to an end.

Preparations will continue until 11 June, a day before the official opening of the tournament.

Venue for camping and opponents for international friendly matches will be confirmed early next year.

“We will be discussing with a number of match organizers and agents; probable opponents we will be playing during the preparation period, ” Ghana FA president Kwesi  Nyantakyi revealed.

“We will also be looking at possible venues for our preparations; the incentive or package for the team; issues of psychology, physiotherapy, medical issues to make our team is fully prepared for this World Cup competition. ”

Ghana are in Group G alongside Germany, Portugal and USA.

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