Sporting activities Information of Thursday, 11 June 2020
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Black Stars mentor Charles Kwablan (CK) Akonnor suggests he will not ban ‘jama’ classes in the camp of the national workforce.
He stated players have each and every appropriate to have enjoyable in camp, but warned that they “can’t be joking all the time.”
The Black Stars are acknowledged for their entertaining ‘jama’ sessions and have designed a status of singing and dancing in advance of matches.
Although some players think it will help to boost morale ahead of a recreation, others keep that it assists to quiet their nerves.
Requested if he would ban the practice in the Black Stars’ camp, Akonnor replied: “No, no, no. It is portion of us.”
The 45-calendar year-previous defined that, though he prefers a lively dressing home, he also wishes his gamers to be centered ahead of every match.
“You cannot be singing all the way to the pitch. When you sing a little, you relax a small,” the Ghana coach reported on Citi Television.
“Football necessitates focus. We could be joking an hour prior to the game but soon after that, you need to have to focus on the sport. You cannot be joking all the time in any other case, you are going to be joking when you get on the discipline.”
CK Akonnor was named Black Stars coach some months ago, changing Kwasi Appiah at the helm.
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