Ghana’s Olympics football team the Black Meteors underwent a recovery exercise after it touched down in Kumasi on Saturday afternoon.
The team was taken through the exercise under the supervision of coach Ibrahim Tanko and his assistants.
The squad left Algeria early on Saturday morning on a chartered airplane, after a 1-1 draw with their Algerian opponents in the first leg of their CAF U23 AFCON qualifying match.
With all members of the playing squad participating in the recovery session, there appear to be no injury concerns for the team going into the second leg of the qualifiers which will be played on Tuesday 28 March.
The team will return to the Baba Yara Sports Stadium to continue their preparations for Tuesday’s match on Sunday morning.
The Black Meteors team has been boosted with the return from suspension of team captain Afriyie Barnieh, who was shown a red card in the CHAN competition in January this year.
Some members of the Football Association including President Kurt ES Okraku, Management Committee Frederick Acheampong, and other GFA officials were present at the session to lend support to the team.