Many Ghanaians in the past have complained that the Black star’s inability to win a trophy since 1982 is as a result of the team refusal to wear the colourful Red, Gold, Green with the Black star stripes.
Between 1990 and 2006 the Ghana national three teams used the kit in the colours of the national flag of Ghana, with gold, green and red used extensively, as in the team’s crest and also known as the Pan-Africa colours. The gold with the green and red kit concept and design was also used in the sixties and seventies, and designed with gold and green vertical stripes and red shoulders.
In 2005, Ghana FA signed a kits sponsor with German multinational coöperation Puma SE that is into kits manufacturing
TheBlack Starshave used an all-white and partly black football kit which was worn from the years 1957 to 1989 and again from 2006 until now.
However, Halftimegh.com can confirm that the Ghana Football Association has reverted back to the original jersey many Ghanaians have craved for and is likely that Black stars will be it during their next month friendly game against Mali and Qatar.