Former Black Stars player, Razak Pimpong, is optimistic the team stands a good chance of making it past the group phase at the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Ghana was placed in Group H together with Portugal, South Korea, and Uruguay after defeating Nigeria in March to qualify.
The team’s calibre has been questioned with less than two months to the commencement of the Mundial in Qatar.
Pimpong, though, thinks the group has a chance to go to the next stage of the contest.
In an interview with 3Sports, the former midfielder said, “I think we have a chance. I don’t know what the final squad is going to look like but looking at how the players are doing around the world, I think we have a good chance to qualify. Anything can happen.”
Pimpong was a part of the Black Stars team that debuted at the 2006 World Cup in Gemrnay and spoke highly of his involvement.
“It was something special. I was born in Jamestown and you don’t get many opportunities around there. Standing in the stadium and playing in the World Cup was something that I will never forget,” he said.