Ghana’s Black Stars head coach Charles Kwablan Akonnor says he’s dream is to guide Ghana to AFCON glory for the first time in 40 years.
The Ghanaian gaffer revealed that he dreams to put an end to Ghana’s hoodoo at the African Cup of Nations since 1982 in Libya.
“Every day I dream about this opportunity, I want to achieve this,” Akonnor said.
“I want to achieve this but we all need to believe. It’s only local coaches who have won the AFCON. I am confident it will happen with a local coach. Ghanaians must start believing us.”
“Our group is very hard and I am very happy the Ghana FA arranged that friendly against Morocco,” said Akonnor in the zoom conference.
“If we have the chance of meeting Morocco again, things will be different. They are the strongest among our group,” he added.
Ghana were drawn to group C together with Morocco, Gabon and Comoros for the upcoming competition which would be held in Cameroon next year.