Ghana and Asante Kotoko legend, Karim Abdul Razak has implored the Ghana Football Association to bring him closer to the national team, the Black Stars.
The Black Stars lost their opening game by 3-2 against former European champions Portugal before coming back stronger to beat South Korea 3-2 in their second game.
The Black Stars however lost their third and final group game against old foes, Uruguay which saw them get booted out of the World Cup at the group stage.
Karim Abdul Razak says he could have won the World Cup for Ghana if he were the head coach of the Black Stars at the World Cup in Qatar.
He has urged the Black Stars to at least pull him closer to offer pieces of advice to the national team.
“What do we want to win? Cup of Nations, we would have won it if I were to be the coach of the Black Stars. Even if they will not give me the coaching job, let me be there in spirit with them and I believe wherever we want to go, we can.” Razak said.
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