Former Ghanaian midfield controller, Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu believes the Black Stars should have won the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) than playing at the World Cup.
The midfielder divulged that he is disappointed for not lifting the AFCON trophy since playing at the finals twice and three semi-finals during his time with Ghana’s senior national soccer team.
The former Under-20 World Cup winner played at the 2010 AFCON finals against Egypt in Angola but the Black Stars were beaten by a 1-0 scoreline before losing to Ivory Coast in the 2015 finals.
After 42-years, the Black Stars of Ghana is struggling to win the AFCON trophy again despite being the third successful nation to win the ultimate four times.
Speaking to Edward King Akuffo on Atinka TV, Agyemang Badu, cried out, “I am disappointed for not winning the AFCON trophy. I am part of the players who had great opportunities and privileges to play for the Black Stars and I am very disappointed.
“I’ve been at the finals twice and three semi-finals. I would prefer winning the AFCON than playing at the World Cup.” He concluded.
Emmanuel Agyemang Badu, the 31-year old former Udinese and Verona midfielder was capped in 78 games with 11 goals for the Black Stars.