“We all know that it is a big game looking at the result we got against Uganda makes the game more than difficult for us. Playing with Egypt is always a pleasure. In my playing days, I loved the challenge of playing against big teams and I think Egypt will be one these players will like. “It is a very tough game but I believe the boys will be prepared to take this on. It is football. We can go there and win. We all have to pray for the Black Stars, we have to believe in them and as I said the Stars know how to play big games. I will be their number one fan on Sunday and I hope they get the three points from Egypt” He said.
Anything other than a win for Ghana might not auger well for our qualification hopes. As it stands now, Ghana is in second place two points behind Egypt who beat Congo away in Brazil in the opening match of the qualifying games. The Black Stars eagerly need a win to get their hopes back on track- ominously for them though they play in the hostile environment of North Africa. On the African continent, playing at home is always a great asset
A win for Ghana in Alexandria looks a bit farfetched but with support, collaboration and teamwork it might all go well.