Schlupp and Accam miss final cut

Schlupp and Accam miss final cut

Jeffrey Schlupp and David Accam have been omitted from Ghana's final 23-man squad for the FIFA World Cup.

Germany want to end third place cycle

Germany want to end third place cycle

Germany head to Brazil aiming to end their 24-year wait for a fourth World Cup title with captain Philipp Lahm insisting he is sick of finishing third.

Mensah says Ghana can go one better than 2010

Mensah says Ghana can go one better than 2010

Ghana defender Jonathan Mensah believes the Black Stars can reach the last four at this summer's World Cup in Brazil.

Donovan out of final US 23

Donovan out of final US 23

Landon Donovan, the United States' all-time top scorer, has been surprisingly left out of their 23-man squad for next month's World Cup, U.S. Soccer said on Thursday.

Essien cautious about Ghana prospects

Essien cautious about Ghana prospects

Michael Essien is set to make his second appearance on the biggest stage of all, but many question marks surround the AC Milan midfielder. Still considered an automatic choice for Ghana's Black Stars when healthy and available, the former Chelsea star has struggled with injuries and playing time over the last few years, and at 31 years old, he is eyeing the end of his career.

Appiah insists he'll do it his way

Appiah insists he'll do it his way

Black Stars coach James Kwesi Appiah will call the shots at the FIFA World Cup in Brazil for the first time and he has insisted he will do it his own way. The 53-year-old former international defender made history when he became the first local coach to guide Ghana to the World Cup last year.

Asamoah believes in the Black Stars

Asamoah believes in the Black Stars

Ghana midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah believes the Black Stars have put their disappointing exit from the 2010 World Cup firmly behind them and can draw on that experience to emerge from a tough group at next month's tournament.

Ghana obsessed with next step

Ghana obsessed with next step

Samuel Inkoom's chances of playing for Ghana at the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil now look as sure as the sunrise. Not only has he been a regular for the national team since he was a teenager, but his club career has revitalised at just the right time for him to be a part of the Black Stars' third finals appearance on the trot.

Midfield is where Black Stars shine

Midfield is where Black Stars shine
The most competitive area of selection among African teams in the World Cup must be Ghana’s midfield. The Black Stars possess more talent in the heart of the park than almost any other nation in world football and will head to Brazil with a multitude of options to choose from.

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