The forward says their 2019 U-23 AFCON qualifier against Togo won’t be that easy but feels they have what it takes to advance to the next phase of the qualification.
Ostersunds FK forward Frank Arhin, has expressed confidence that Ghana can beat Togo in the first leg of the qualifiers on Tuesday at the Baba Yara Stadium.
The Swedish based midfielder had an outstanding campaign in the Allsvenskan, playing 15 games in the just ended season.
Arhin is part of the eight foreign based players currently in camp preparing for the game against Togo in the first round of qualifiers.
Speaking exclusively to SportsworldGhana.com ahead of the clash,the Sweden-based top talent said ‘’Honestly I don’t know anything about the Togolese team and that means we shouldn’t underrate them.’’
”We are here to win and qualify that is our focus and nothing else.
”I have been training with the team for the past few weeks and I think we have a team full of talents that can do the job for the country and I am hopeful we will beat Togo to make the fans happy.
The Right to Dream Graduate however, promised to give out his best when featured by head coach Ibrahim Tanko on Tuesday as Ghana seek to record ‘massive’ result in the first leg of the qualifiers to make the return leg in Lome ‘’a mere formality’’ as indicated by Dinamo Brest striker Joel Fameyeh in an earlier interview.
‘’We are here to play as a team but not to showcase individual brilliance and I hope to give out my beat when selected by the coach to feature against Togo.
Arhin, is among the eight foreign- based players currently in camp preparing for the game against Togo.
The Black Meteors last qualified for the Olympic games in 2004 but would have to secure a spot in Egypt 2019 to have a chance of reaching Tokyo 2020.