The Black Stars shambolic performance and exit from the ongoing AFCON is sure to dominate the headlines today. The pride of the nation exited the tournament without a single win and grabbed only a point out of a possible 9. The biggest upset happened yesterday when minnows Comoros defeated Ghana by 3-2. The defeat means for the first time in over a decade the Black Stars are knocked out at the group stages.
On Johnnie’s Bite today, Wednesday, January 19, 2022, Johnnie Hughes bemoaned the performance of the Black Stars. He wondered why the country had to spend over $25 million on a team that isn’t committed. He tagged some of the players as slay kings who play without passion. Johnnie called for the Attorney General to file and sue the players for causing financial loss to the country. Johnnie noted that the monies spent on the team could have been used in other areas of the economy.
Interestingly, Johnnie labeled the Ghana coach, Milovan Rajevac as indecisive. He compared the coach to President Akufo-Addo. It is on record that throughout the Afcon, Milovan only substitutes his team members when the team is done. Johnnie explained that Milo is just as Akufo-Addo who also doesn’t reshuffle his cabinet or ministers until something bad happens and things break down. Johnnie called on President Akufo-Addo to listen to Ghanaians and bring changes because all is not well with the nation.
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