The senior national football team the Black Stars of Ghana will be involved in two international friendlies against Iceland and Japan in the month of June according to the President of the Ghana Football Association President Kwesi Nyantakyi.
The Stars were inactive in the last FIFA International friendlies played in March.
“In June we will play two friendlies, we will play Iceland and Japan and they are going to bear all the cost for the games. And the money we will be making from the game, we will use them for plane tickets and pay the players so there are no gains from the games,” Nyantakyi told Zylofon FM.
Both teams that Ghana will be playing against will be using the game as preparations for their World Cup campaign.