USA confirm Ghana friendly in July

By Daily Sports on May 3, 2017

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The United States of America have confirmed that they will face Ghana in an international friendly in July ahead of the CONCACAF Gold Cup.

US Soccer announced on Monday that their national team will take on the Black Stars at the Pratt & Whitney Stadium in East Hartford, Connecticut, on July 1.

The US will be hosting the CONCACAF Gold Cup from July 7 to 26 and the home team will use the match against Ghana as a key part of their preparation.
 
“Ghana is certainly a team that brings different challenges, and it's the type of competition we need as we continue to develop our program," US head coach Bruce Arena said in a statement.

“Winning the Gold Cup is one of our priorities in 2017, so this is an important opportunity. We've always had great support in Hartford, and look forward to more of the same this summer.”

Ghana and the US have become notable rivals in international football after meeting at the last three World Cups in succession.

•Photo shows US head coach, Bruce Arena.


Source Daily Sports

Posted May 3, 2017


 

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