Ghana Football Association spokesperson, Henry Asante Twum has allayed fears that China-based Mubarak Wakaso could infect the Black Stars camp with the novel Coronavirus which emanated from China and has killed more than 2000 people
Mubarak Wakaso signed for Jiangsu Sunning from Spanish La Liga side Deportivo Alaves in the January transfer window but is yet to kick a ball for his new side since the Chinese Super League has been suspended because of the Coronavirus epidermic.
Gove opposed the #GFA. It’s not extraordinary. This is a post-truth Government and nothing said by any minister can be believed/relied upon. So is an 80 seat mandate won on this basis valid? Add in the Henry VIII Powers & Coronavirus. Democracy is seriously called into question. https://t.co/JNrwxHSTE8— Bryony Bethell (@Celticommuter) February 27, 2020
According to the GFA spokesperson, the combative midfielder who joined the Chinese Super League side in January is yet to step foot in China as he had his medical examination in Dubai where the team was on a training tour before returning to Ghana.
CAF & GFA Medical Committee Member, Dr Prince Pambo says the invitation of Wakaso Mubarak from China to the Black Stars at this rate of Corona Virus spread is not advisable— Saddick Adams (@SaddickAdams) March 3, 2020
Advises GFA and Black Stars management to do a broader consultation on his invite via @AngelfmAccra
The 29-years- Old is one of Ghana’s most experienced player who scored a goal for Ghana, having netted 12 times in 51 international games.
Wakaso has scored six goals at four AFCON tournaments, and should once again play a big part in Ghana’s bid to be crowned continental champions.