Ghana faces uncertainties ahead of their 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Comoros, as star midfielder Mohammed Kudus’ participation is doubtful due to a back injury
Kudus missed the team’s final training session, prompting concerns about his availability, while Amartey’s slow recovery makes him unfit for the crucial clash
The Black Stars must navigate these injury setbacks as they aim for victory to move to the top of Group I
Ghana might face a potential setback in their upcoming 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Comoros, as star midfielder Mohammed Kudus’ participation is uncertain due to a back injury.
Kudus, a key player for West Ham United, missed the Black Stars’ final training session on Monday, prompting concerns about his availability for the crucial match. Veteran sports journalist Kwabena Yeboah reported that Kudus complained of a back problem, and his participation hinges on a late fitness test.