Tarique Fosu thrown out of Ghana Black Star’s camp by C.K Akunnor
Tarique Fosu, a Brentford winger, has been thrown out from Ghana’s camp after failing to report for international friendlies against Morocco and Ivory Coast.
The 25-year-old was left out of the squad that left on Monday morning for Rabat, Morocco, for the first of two matches on Tuesday.
He is the team’s second player to be fired, following Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey, who was removed from camp for failing to report on time.
CK Akonnor, Ghana’s coach, has dropped the wideman from his team after he allegedly failed to show up for training despite having returned home for the holidays.
After being photographed partying in Accra during a long-winded English Championship campaign, the London-born winger declined to travel to the team’s camping area in Cape Coast.
After gaining promotion to the Premier League for the first time in 74 years, Fosu assisted Brentford in defeating Swansea City in the Play-Off Final at Wembley to finish off an incredible season for the club.
On June 8, the four-time African Champions will face Morocco in Rabat before facing Ivory Coast at the Cape Coast Stadium on June 12.