Partey will not play in Madagascar's and Comoros' World Cup qualifying matches.

The Arsenal midfielder has unfortunately been dealing with a groin injury this season, rendering him currently unavailable for selection. 

The 30-year-old recently came back from injury, but unfortunately encountered a setback during training, which will now require them to be sidelined for several weeks. 

Unfortunately, Partey's recent injury will most likely prevent him from participating in Ghana's crucial World Cup qualifiers against Madagascar and Comoros. The Black Stars have a match scheduled against Madagascar on Friday, November 17, followed by a trip to face Comoros four days later. 

Meanwhile, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has kindly informed us that Partey will unfortunately be out for weeks due to his latest injury setback. "I believe he will be unavailable for several weeks. The duration is uncertain, as he has another appointment today. We will have more information afterwards," he mentioned. 

"Indeed, his injury record is a matter of great concern. It is evident that when Thomas is in good health and able to contribute to the team, we witness the positive outcomes and significant influence he brings." 

This season, we have implemented additional measures to ensure the safety and well-being of our team. 

We have learned from the past two seasons and the challenges we faced, and we are determined to prevent any negative impact on our team. We should definitely address it. 

Partey is currently serving as Ghana's temporary captain since Andre Ayew is unable to fulfill the role due to his current club situation. 


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