Black Stars dodge Ghanaians as they sneak into the country at 3:00 am after AFCON disaster

Black Stars dodge Ghanaians as they sneak into the country at 3:00 am after AFCON disaster

  • The Black Stars of Ghana have arrived in the country after a disastrous Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon
  • The team sneaked into the country at 3:00 am dawn as Ghanaians woke up to find out they are in town
  • The Black Stars exited the tournament at the group stages after a 3-2 defeat to debutants Comoros Island

Ghana's senior football team, the Black Stars, have touched down in the capital, Accra, after a shambolic Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon.

The team sneaked into the country at dawn, taking a special COVID-19 test and avoided the regular arrival hall.

According to reports, the team was trying to avoid attention especially in the face of their failure in Cameroon.

The Black Stars team arrived in Garoua. SOURCE: Twitter/ @GhanaBlackstars
Black Stars dodge Ghanaians as they sneak into the country at 3:00 after AFCON disaster. SOURCE: Twitter/ @GhanaBlackstars
Source: Twitter

The Black Stars bowed of the tournament disgracefully after shockingly losing to debutants Comoros Island.

Ghana failed to win a game at the tournament, the first time in the country's history at the Africa Cup of Nations.

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Following the team's poor performance, the Sports Ministry has summoned the GFA leadership to an emergency meeting.

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Earlier, SportsBrief.com reported that, the Ministry of Youth and Sports in Ghana has ordered the leadership of the Football Association to an emergency meeting on Friday, January 21, 2022.

Government wants answers to the performances it describes as 'abysmal' following Ghana's first round exit at the Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon.

In a letter released by the sports ministry, it indicated all logistical and financial support were given to the team to warrant such result.

Alexander Djiku apologizes to Ghanaians after disastrous AFCON

Alexander Djiku, one of Ghana's shining lights at the Africa Cup of Nations, has apologized to Ghanaians for the team's shambolic display at the tournament in Cameroon.

The Black Stars were booted out of the Nations Cup at the group stages following a 3-2 defeat to debutants Comoros Island on Tuesday, January 18, 2022.

The Strasbourg defender, who was on target in the game, took to Twitter to ask Ghanaians for forgiveness and adds the team will work hard to qualify for the World Cup.

Source: Sports Brief News