Honorable Kwabena Agyapong who is a veteran broadcaster has come out to say that Ghana needs a striker like Inaki Williams. According to him, the Spanish-born Ghanaian is a pretty good player who can lead the team to success as Ghana hopes to become the first African country to go past the quarter-finals stage of the competition.
He thinks Inaki will come and Ghana needs a striker like him when he was stealing with Paul Adom Okyere on Metro TV during the Good Evening Ghana show. He also spoke about the other players in the Black Stars. He says that when he saw Ghana play against Nigeria he was okay. Even though the match ended 0-0 he was content with their ball play and build-up. He added that he thinks Tariq Lamptey will be coming since he is a good right back and a very fast player.
He says that Mohammed Kudus is a very great player but he needs to be strong as he feels he is feeble and dribbles too much. He says that perhaps Mohammed Kudus is the best or most talented player on the team.
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