Ghana Football Association (GFA) President, Kurt Okraku has revealed the techniques the Black Stars will acquire to trounce the Super Eagles and make their way through to the World Cup.
The GFA boss called on Ghanaian football fans to continue to offer their support to the Black Stars despite the anger after the recent AFCON. Kurt insists that is the only technique the players will demand to make Ghanaians proud in the upcoming World Cup qualifier play-offs.
The Black Stars of Ghana will march on against the 2013 Africa champions on the 25th day of this month in a decisive encounter in the search of a ticket to the final tournament in Qatar at the Kumasi Baba Yara Sports Stadium.
After missing out on the 2018 World Cup tournament in Russia, the team is eager to turn things around to mark a good record in the next mundial.
The GFA boss in his speech stated;
“Kotoko and Hearts players are always motivated with the fans cheering them up with their songs in hard situations. You know that supports count and when you get the entire nation supporting the national team, things happen. We want all of us to be at the World Cup. Why should we pull back or sleep whiles we have to support the national team? We have to find the right levels of energy and support the team. As I said, that’s the team whether good or bad.
“I granted some interviews after the recent AFCON but people did not understand. I stated that if we have Cristiano Ronaldo or Messi somewhere then we need him because that’s the only way the team can qualify. We need all the good players, and we need the supporters who are committed around. Playing against Nigeria, we have to make sure the stadium is ours. We have to take control of the stadium, let’s take control of the atmosphere around the stadium. We have to show our opponents that they have come to Ghana. It’s important to wake up to give the boys the support as a committed supporter.” He revealed via GFA news.
At the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, they became only the third African team to reach the World Cup quarter-finals, and in 2014 they competed in their third consecutive World Cup.