Black Stars skipper Andre Ayew has unveiled that Ghana can sparkle at the impending FIFA World Cup when they show positive attitudes over there.
Ayew missed the Black Stars’ vital World Cup set up to contend with Nigeria because of suspension in the wake of picking a red card against Comoros Island at the Africa Cup of Nation.
Thomas Partey captained the team against the Super Eagles, and after the two-legged experience, Ghana fixed capability to Qatar 2022.
The Black Stars experienced a gathering stage disposal its last appearance at World Cup in 2014 in Brazil, losing to the USA and Portugal.
Ayew accepts with great circumstances and the appropriate arrangements, the group will succeed.
The Black Stars are hollowed with Portugal, Uruguay and South Korea in Group H of the World Cup, which is booked to occur in Qatar from 21 November to 18 December 2022.
Andre Ayew Appears Before Parliament to Answer Questions About Ghana’s 2021 AFCON Disaster
Sports Brief prior revealed that Andre Ayew has at last showed up before Parliament’s Select Committee on Youth and Sports following Ghana’s terrible execution at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations.
Ayew, commander of the Black Stars and likewise head of the player designation at the 2021 AFCON, was brought to show up before Ghana’s parliament to address questions relating to the country’s lackluster display at the mainland masterpiece.
Tragically for the Al Sadd ace, his club ties immediately after the AFCON made it difficult to meet the Committee, entrusted to examine the Black Stars’ terrible display at the competition.