After weeks of waiting, Black Stars head Coach, Kwesi Appiah, and the Technical Committee of the Ghana Football Association( GFA), have reached a common ground and named Ghana's provisional 26 man squad to this year's FIFA World Cup tournament to be held in Brazil.
The announcement was made on Monday afternoon at the GFA Secretariat.
Captain Asamoah Gyan and Sulley Muntari are the only players in the squad who will be gunning for their third consecutive World Cup finals after both featured at the 2006 and 2010 World Cups.
Ghana will play two high-profile matches ahead of the start of the World Cup in Brazil.
They (Black Stars) will play Holland on May 31 in Rotterdam and later take on South Korea in Miami on 9 June, after which the list will be pruned to 23.
Ghana edged Egypt over two-legs to in the final qualifying play-off to reach their third-straight World Cup.
The Black Stars are in Group G at the World Cup, alongside former winners, Germany, Portugal and the U.S.
Their opening game will be against U.S in Natal on 16 June.
Find below Ghana's provisional 26-man roster:
Kevin Prince Boateng
Abdul Majid Waris
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