The midfielder Guinea Quadvo Asamoah shockedly returned to training with the Italian team of Inter Milan just three days after he left Black Stars claiming he was injured.
His presence at Inter Milan on Wednesday caused anger among Black Stars fans
Asamoah was presented training on the side of Serie A in Milan on Wednesday, while his Black Stars trained in preparation for a Sunday match against Ethiopia.
Revelation comes as a shock to many football fans, as his performance at the Inter Milan training takes a different picture of his relationship with the national team.
Although it can really be said that he trained for injuries, others would argue that he deliberately avoids playing for the national.
His absence also puts GFA in a bad state as they strongly defended his absence, but he now exposed the federation as not in the health quad Kvadva Asamoah before giving him a person to be excluded.
The man who used it was named after Kwai Appiah for qualifying on Sunday against Valias in Addis Ababa, but missed out after claiming he had injured the weekend.
The 29-year-old claims he was injured during the defeat of Intera 4-1 from Atalanta in Serie A on Sunday.
"Quad Asamoah is excluded from the game in Ghana vs. Ethiopia because of a repeated knee injury," Gane FA said.
"The Inter teammate suffered a swollen knee after defeating Atalanta at the weekend."
Asamoah made 10 Serie A appearances for Nerazzurri so far this term after moving from Juventus to a free transfer during the flight, after six successful years in Turin.
"Asamoah will not be available to qualify for Ghana in the African Nations Cup against Ethiopia in Addis Ababa," it says.
"According to Inter's officials, the state of Asamoah has been interrupted and there is a need for urgent medical support."
The former international career from Udinese was transferred to injury, and Asamoah returned to Ghana in September only after four years of self-exile from the exile from the Black Star Camp.
Appiah decided not to call a replacement.
After two matches, Ghana ranked third in the AFCON qualifying group F, taking into account three points, although they played two games less than Kenya's leaders and second-placed Ethiopia.
Their October double title against Sierra Leone was canceled because FIFA suspended after the government's failure to deal with alleged corruption in SLFA.