Member of Ghana’s World Cup 2014 squad, Fatawu Dauda has voiced out the kind players who can play at the World Cup.
The World’s greatest competition is a showcase for the best footballers on the planet, but Qatar 2022 promises to be a mix of potential final appearances for a group of iconic stars, combined with the emergence of an exciting new generation of talent.
Ghana will try to take a revenge after clashing with Uruguay and Portugal in Group H.
Dauda who played at the 2014 World Cup with the Black Stars insists any player who is not tactically good cannot participate at the World’s most fascinating tournament.
Speaking ahead of Ghana’s fourth World Cup appearance, the ex-Black Stars goalkeeper claimed, “We will try to do well in our group so that we can qualify into the next stage.
“Going into World Cup, you shouldn’t expect to meet a cheap country. You saw what happened at the AFCON and am sure that it is a lesson for us all.” Fatawu told Ghanasportspage.com
“This stage is more tactical. Any player who is not tactical cannot play at this tournament because the coaches will teach you what to do and you need to do a perfect job. The current coaches are teaching now. They will try give the players the roles that can help.
“World Cup is for intelligent players because the little mistake you make will let your opposition punish you.” Lion concluded.
Dauda was in the Ghana national team squad for the 2008 Africa Cup of Nations, and was the first choice keeper for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations and 2014 FIFA World Cup edition of the tournament.