Former Black Star midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang Badu insisted that Ghana’s coach Charles Kwablan Akonnor should rely on newly invited players to participate in the World Cup qualifiers against Ethiopia and South Africa.
Agyemang Badu believes that some players defended themselves in the friendly match in June and should play a role in the playoffs.
The Black Star coach had a mediocre performance in the victory over Ethiopia and a dismal performance in the loss to South Africa.
"If CK says that the players who provided opportunities for South Africa let him down, then you can't blame CK. This is a qualifying match and CK should test new players in the friendly match we are participating in," Agyemang Badu told Ahomka FM.
The 30-year-old Chinese player who retired from international football has played 78 times in the national team, I think the current team should know the difference between the playoffs and the main matches.
"Current Black Star players need to improve their level of play. They should know the difference between the national team and the club. For qualifiers, you may be playing on a bad court and need to adapt," added Agyemang Badu.
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