Coach Otto is faced with loads of options in attack as Ghana looks forward to making an impact at this year’s FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Black Stars attack could be sharp depending on the option chosen by Otto Addo and his henchmen.
In the mean time, the ideal attack that could help the team is the combination of Inaki Williams - Felix Afena Gyan and Kamaldeen Sulemana. The attacking trident could be blistering barring any unforeseen circumstances. The arrival of Eddie Nketiah will add a flesh to the bone but the available material could be sparkling if the coach settles on the trio.
Inaki Williams, Felix Afena Gyan and Kamaldeen Sulemana will line up as right winger, left winger and the center forward in any system employed by the head coach in Qatar.
Inaki Williams could start the game as the right winger, Kamaldeen Sulemana going for the left side of attack as left winger while Felix Afena Gyan sits in between them. This provide some flexibility for Inaki Williams to make sure of markers and lay balls for Afena Gyan to score. Not only Inaki Williams but same could be deployed for Kamaldeen Sulemana.
Swicthing position could also be another option, with Inaki Williams and Felix Afena Gyan changing positions depending on how events turn out. Kamaldeen Sulemana will only be fit for the wings. This proves audacious on paper and could work out on the pitch. They have what it takes to make matches more comfortable for the coach and the entire team. Jordan Ayew, Abdul Fatawu Issahaku and others may have to start from bench.
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