Captain of the Black Stars of Ghana, Dede Ayew has revealed some conditions that should be in place for the Black Stars to do well in Qatar 2022 World Cup In November. The skipper has outlined some conditions that when out in place will help the Black Stars perform in the upcoming World Cup.
The captain believes that the Black Stars will excel if some conditions are 0favorable to the team. Ayew will be leading the team on its fourth appearance at the Mundial . In an interview with GTV Sports plus, he made some things known. According to him, he said that "I hope outside the pitch our, the FA, the sports minister will do everything so that we don't have to go through any bad experience again [comparing it to the 2014 World Cup campaign.]. He hopes that all things will be done well so the team does not go through that again. He also added that "I believe that if we do our things right. If we have the support and prayers from our homeland everything is possible."
He concluded by saying that "My target at the World Cup is in my heart, its not something that I will bring out. It's the best tournament in the world by far and so its an opportunity for us to raise the flag of the nation high, to give everything that we got, and make sure that in the end, whatever happens, we are all proud of what we have shown on the pitch.
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