Update on Warrior’s journey to Ghana for the World Cup Qualifier match. Hadebe denied exit from the United States and Galloway denied entry into Ghana
Warriors defender Teenage Hadebe will take a bit longer to join his teammates in Ghana for Saturday’s World Cup qualifier against the Black Stars after he was thrice denied permission to exit the United States.
According to the initial itinerary, Hadebe was expected to arrive in Accra early Wednesday but the Houston Dynamo defender faced some challenges at the airport in the United States because of a technical glitch on his Covid-19 vaccination card.
The General Manager for national teams Wellington Mpandare said an arrangement has been made so that a Houston Dynamo official will accompany to the airport and help him get cleared to travel to Ghana.
England-based defender Brandon Galloway who can play left-back or center back is also still to join the Warriors camp after he was denied entry into Ghana as the authorities a visa but Mpandare said the issue will be sorted out tonight and the defender will join his teammates.
The rest of the Warriors squad have since arrived in Cape Coast from Accra and will have their first training session this afternoon.
In other news – 4 people die after wall collapses during a Lobola negotiation ceremony
4 people die after wall collapses during a Lobola negotiation ceremony. Four people were killed in South Africa’s Limpopo Province on Saturday when a wall collapsed on guests during a lobola ceremony in GaChuene Thokgwaneng.
South African Police Service (SAPS) spokesperson Brig Motlafela Mojapelo said the police in Lebowakgomo have opened an inquest docket and had identified the deceased as Tiisetso Bushy Macheka…Learn More.