Local stars to test Argentina

Milovan Rajevac travelled to Argentina with 18 players, six of whom played a key part in Ghana’s second place finish at the inaugural Championship of African Nations in Ivory Coast.   The Serbian has spoke of his desire to observe a few players who might become useful as he tries to finalise his world cup squad but there are many in Ghana who insist the friendly is unnecessary and claim it will only serve to boost the confidence of the badly bruised Argentina coach Diego Maradona.   Many of those Ghanaians remember a 2-8 humiliation at the hands of Brazil when a patched up team just could not deal with the South Americans.   Argentina great Diego Maradona, under whose watch the South Americans are struggling in qualifying will be hoping for a lift from a game that Argentina media reports could be played in front a sparse crowd in the 46,000 capacity stadium.   Goalkeepers: - Philimon McCarthy (Hearts of Oak) Stephen Ahorlu (Heart of Lions)

Defenders: - Bright Allotey (Great Olympics) Karimu Alhassan (Hearts of Oak) Lee Addy (Chelsea) Ofosu Appiah (Asante Kotoko) Daniel Yeboah (Heart of Lions)

Midfielders: - Jordan Opoku and Francis Cofie (Asante Kotoko) Edmund Owusu-Ansah, Abraham Annan and Emmanuel Ansong (Heart of Lions) Frank Boateng (Sporting Mirren)

Strikers: - Samed Oppong (Asante Kotoko) Mahatma Otoo (Sporting Mirren) Kofi Nti Boakye (Heart of Lions) Obed Owusu (All Blacks) Joshua Otto