Accra - Ghana will not camp in Addis Ababa for their 2014 World Cup playoff against Egypt as the FA are not satisfied with facilities available in Ethiopia.
Instead, plans are being concluded for the Black Stars to head to Turkey for a one week training in preparation for a meeting with the Pharaohs on November 19, according to report on GhanaSoccernet.
An advanced team led by assistant coach Maxwell Konadu and Ghana Football Association Executive Committee member George Afriyie were not impressed by facilities in the East African country.
Special aide to the Sports Minister Yaw Ampofo-Ankrah posted on his Facebook page that after an advanced party sent to Ethiopia were not satisfied with what they saw, “Black Stars will be based in Turkey ahead of the November 19th FIFA World Cup duel in Cairo”.
Ghana take a massive 6-1 advantage to the return leg at the Air Defense stadium in Cairo.
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