The Black Stars of Ghana have arrived safely in Garoua for their final battle. The last game of the group stage fixtures between Ghana and Comoros will be the last chance for the Ghanaian team to secure a place in the quarter-finals of the competition.
Ghana began this tournament with a defeat at the hands of the Moroccan team. Their performance in the competition so far has been a major concern for every football-loving Ghanaian. Some blame the attitude of the players in games. And others questioned the tactics of coach Milovan Rajavad.
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Coach Milovan is not a stranger to the African tournament. In fact, has overseen the black star do marvelously well in his years as coach of the team. Whether his second spell with the team will be as fruitful as the previous ones is still a question for the gods.
The fate of the team now lays in their ability to win their remaining game by a huge margin. This will qualify them to be selected as a third-best team in the group with 4 points. Ghana will need to win at least by a 3 goal margin to be assured of a place in the next stage of the competition.
Will Ghana qualify to the next stage of the competition?
The question of whether they can achieve this lingers on the mind of every Ghanaian. The records have shown that coach Milovan isn’t exactly known for winning games by a margin of more than 1. In fact, a lot of people believe he is always on a 1 goal project.
If Ghana will have any chance of salvaging their abysmal Afcon campaign this year then they definitely have to score more than just one goal. The entire nation is hopeful of a qualification and our prayers are with the team as they prepare towards their last game of the group stages on Tuesday. Good luck to #teamGhana