Ghana gets back on track at AFCON 2017 as Harrison Afful returns to training after malaria scare

Ghana gets back on track at AFCON 2017 as Harrison Afful returns to training after malaria scare

Ghana’s first choice right back Harrison Afful is back in the camp of the Black Stars in Gabon.

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Ghana gets back on track at AFCON 2017 as Harrison Afful returns to training after malaria scare

Ghana gets back on track at AFCON 2017 as Harrison Afful returns to training after malaria scare

Earlier, reports has stated that Harrison Afful had reportedly contracted malaria during his stay in Gabon.

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The reports created the idea that Harrison, a critical member of the Black Stars, would miss Ghana's next match.

Ghana gets back on track at AFCON 2017 as Harrison Afful returns to training after malaria scare

Ghana gets back on track at AFCON 2017 as Harrison Afful returns to training after malaria scare

With Afful's health back to normal, his return to the training camp seems to have boosted the spirit of the Ghanaian team and supporters though there were speculations that he won’t be able to make it for the second leg match against Mali.

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Afful showed his prowess as a valuable defender by lasting the entire 90mins in Ghana’s opening 1-0 win over the cranes of Uganda on Tuesday.

Ghana has already been hit a big blow due to the injury of left back Baba Rahman which has ruled him out for the rest of the tournament.

Ghana gets back on track at AFCON 2017 as Harrison Afful returns to training after malaria scare

Ghana gets back on track at AFCON 2017 as Harrison Afful returns to training after malaria scare

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Ghana's next match is on January 25th as the Black Stars face off with the Pharaohs, the national football team of Egypt.

It goes without saying that Ghanaians will expect the Black Stars to keep winning and bring back the trophy after years of a no win.

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