English Premier League facet Crystal Palace have determined to not launch Ghanaian duo Jordan Ayew and Jeffrey Schlupp for this month’s 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.
The transfer is a blow to the Black Stars as they face a tricky conflict with South Africa in Johannesburg earlier than dealing with Sao Tome and Principe throughout the worldwide break.
Ghanaian coach Charles Akonnor was eager to launch his finest gamers for each matches later this month, however Palace’s resolution means he should search for different choices.
The English Premier League took under consideration the present epidemic tendencies world wide earlier than deciding to not launch the 2 gamers from the Black Stars.
England’s present COVID-19 restrictions forestall the Eagles from letting each gamers be part of the Black Stars camp for the double.
Ayew and Schlupp would require a compulsory 14-day quarantine upon their return from worldwide assignments.
This can forestall the duo from making 4 Palace fixtures and thus power the London-based membership to not be part of their team-mates for each matches.
The Black Stars face South Africa on March 25, 2021 at FNB Stadium earlier than internet hosting Sao Tome and Principe three days later in Ghana.
Ghana and South Africa lead the standings with 9 factors with a aim distinction between them.
Sudan are third on the desk with 6 factors whereas Sao Tome languishes with no win.