Seven Ghanaian players have been named in FC Nordsjaelland’s squad to face lower tier side Koge at the Right to Dream park today in a friendly game.

Danish football is bracing itself to welcome the sport back after over two months of inactivity due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Hot-cake, Kudus Mohammed who is bound to leave the club makes the starting XI as well as promising defender Abdul Mumin and compatriot Kamal Deen Sulemana.

Meanwhile Ibrahim Sadiq, Clinton Antwi, Abu Francis and Maxwell Woledzi warm the bench for FC Nordsjælland in the preparatory game.

Having been halted for two and a half months, the DBU – Danish Football Federation – hopes to see the first Super League match played on May 29, but it said resumption was subject to government approval.

The last game played was Silkeborg IF’s 2-1 victory over AGF Aarhus on March 9, with FC Midtjylland top by 12 points after 24 fixtures when the season was halted.

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