Athletics Information of Saturday, 29 June 2019
Black Stars coach Kwasi Appiah strongly believes his facet will defeat Cameroon in their second Team F match at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations on Saturday.
Coach Appiah and his team are underneath force to get their marketing campaign back on keep track of after next a 1-1 attract with Benin in their opening sport.
It wasn’t just the attract but the effectiveness of the crew on the working day has been criticised by lots of.
The defending champions, on the other hand, built the great start off as they defeat Guinea-Bissau 2-.
The Black Stars have confronted the Indomitable Lions four instances from 1982 and the most effective they have accomplished is two team attracts though struggling two semi-last defeats.
“Ghana have whole regard for all teams and the mere fact that you defeat a team final yr, that does not mean you can beat the team once again,” he mentioned at the pre-match presser.
“We are heading to give Cameroon a really superior match and I am sure we will arise victorious,”
Deputy Skipper Kwadwo Asamoah shares coach Appiah’s sentiments. In accordance to him, they are extremely determined likely into the Cameroon sport whilst admits it is not going to be quick.
“Is been so quite a few several years because we won this trophy, we have been a single of the groups usually getting shut, It is not effortless but I feel we have to retain believing and with really hard operate, we can do it,” he stated.
Ghana’s Probable beginning group
Coach Appiah will retain faith in Richard Ofori as his selection one with Andy Yiadom protecting his correct back again location.
Baba Rahman could appear on for Lumor Agbeyenu and with John Boye’s suspension, coach Appiah is very likely to go with Kassim Nuhu and Jonathan Mensah.
Afriyie Acquah could be deployed as the holding midfielder with Thomas Partey and Kwadwo Asamoah in the centre.
Jordan Ayew will start in attack with Andre Ayew actively playing on the proper wing and Samuel Owusu on the still left.
Richard Ofori: Andy Yiadom, Baba Rahman, Kassim Nuhu, Jonathan Mensah – Afriyie Acquah, Kwadwo Asamoah, Thomas Partey – Andre Ayew, Jordan Ayew, Samuel Owusu