Coach Mas-Ud Didi Dramani has extended invitations to two talented Hearts of Oak players, Caleb Amankwah and Konadu Yiadom, to join the Black Galaxies camp. The training and screening camp, held at the Ghanaman Center of Excellence in Prampram, will feature 96 players divided into four batches. The aim is to identify promising talents for potential inclusion in the national team, with continuous monitoring for future opportunities.
The Black Galaxies camp will involve rigorous training sessions, with players split into groups of 24 each. The training will comprise two sessions and an internal match, giving the players valuable opportunities to showcase their skills and potential. The selection process specifically excludes players from the Youth teams (U23 and U20) but maintains continuous monitoring for potential future inclusions in the esteemed Black Stars squad.
Following the initial camp, Phase Two is scheduled to commence in August, where selected players will participate in a focused two-week training camp from July 30 to August 14, 2023. This phase presents a crucial opportunity for players to further impress the coaching staff and solidify their chances of representing their country at the highest level.
The call-up of Caleb Amankwah and Konadu Yiadom from Hearts of Oak to the Black Galaxies camp reflects their impressive performances and potential on the field. As these talented players compete with 96 others for selection into the national team, fans eagerly anticipate discovering the stars of the future. The extensive screening process and Phase Two training camp highlight the dedication and thoroughness of the coaching staff in identifying the best talents to represent the Black Stars in their future endeavors.