Dark Stars midfielder Mubarak Wakaso has been intrigued by Ghana Premier League major parts in preparing as they plan for the Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against South African and Sao Tome and Principe not long from now.
Wakaso has been preparing with locally situated parts in Accra in front of the two critical games.
He is required to lead them, with the chance of European-based not being welcomed because of Coronavirus limitations.
"Everything is going on well, the folks are solid and steady and prepared to put forth a strong effort," Wakaso told ghanafa.org
"What I'm seeing here is gigantic, everyone is doing extraordinary. They were in camp before I came and I think what I saw was unique. They were preparing hard and it inspired me as an expert player to play with the nearby players.
"They are playing in the Ghana Premier League and they are doing great in their groups that was the reason they were chosen. They simply should be certain with no dread and from what I've seen, they are sure and all around inspired.
"We can likewise assist them with our experience. Without the fans, we aren't anything so we need their help and supplications. We express gratitude toward them for remaining by us generally". Wakaso added.
Ghana will take on Bafana on March 25 in Johannesburg before their last qualifier against Sao Tome and Principe three days after the fact in Accra.
Source: Ghana Soccernet
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