Good News: Ghana starboy Kudus Mohammed not entirely out of Comoros clash


The Communications Director of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has hinted that Mohammed Kudus may still have a chance to participate in the upcoming game against Comoros, despite concerns about his back problems during Monday’s training session.

Earlier reports had indicated that the West Ham United midfielder would be sidelined for the match, but Asante Twum, in a recent interview, clarified that Kudus’s status is not conclusively ruled out.

The medical team will conduct a thorough assessment of Kudus before making a final decision regarding his availability for the crucial match.

“Kudus did not complete the Monday training session with the rest of the players because he complained of back pain, so the medical team decided he should not continue with the training, but he is not entirely ruled out of the game,” explained Asante Twum.

As the Black Stars gear up to face Comoros at the Stade de Moroni in their second group game of the 2026 World Cup qualifiers, scheduled for a 16:00 GMT kick-off, uncertainties surround key players.

Besiktas centre-back Daniel Amartey is also expected to be absent due to an injury sustained in the previous match against Madagascar.

“He will be assessed again by the medical team before the game. I am sure the medical team and the technical team will make a final decision on Mohammed Kudus, but the rest of the players are all in contention to feature against Comoros,” he added.

Ghana, with aspirations to secure a spot in the World Cup, is navigating these challenges with the goal of adding to its four previous appearances in the global tournament.

The determination to overcome these setbacks and emerge victorious in the upcoming game reflects the team’s commitment to achieving success on the international stage.

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