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Maxwell Konadu takes blame for Ghana’s failure to qualify for CHAN


Sports News of Tuesday, 2 February 2021

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Former Asante Kotoko coach, Maxwell KonaduPrevious Asante Kotoko mentor, Maxwell Konadu

Previous Black Stars B gaffer, Maxwell Konadu has taken comprehensive accountability for Ghana’s failure to qualify for the 2020 Championship for African Nations event (CHAN) in Cameroon.

The Black Stars B have unsuccessful to qualify for the tournament three situations in a row Rwanda (2016), Morocco (2018) and now in Cameroon.

Ghana suffered a 1- defeat at property in the previous qualifiers at the Baba Yara Stadium towards Burkina Faso but failed to rating in the return leg tie in Ouagadougou and subsequently missed out on the level of competition.

Having said that, Maxwell Konadu in an job interview with Nhyira FM has taken total duty for the country’s lack of ability to qualify.

Questioned if he is liable, he claimed, “If you are a chief you have to just take responsibilities, so I have listened to it.”

“If Ghanaians blame me I have to accept it mainly because there are situations we also made Ghana terrific. All is not destructive, we went to the finals at some issue in time but it is like we have not been equipped to qualify a pair of occasions and that is a minus,” he stated.

Ghana has been the next runners up in this opposition in 2009 and 2014 getting rid of to DR Congo and Libya.

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