Many people have been talking about the drama that unfold between Ghana and Gabon on the ongoing African Cup Of Nations (AFCON) 2021. Though the incident as it happened has been explained by the Black Stars captain, Andrew Dede Ayew during his post match interview. The Disciplinary Committee of African Football after watching the incident came out with a verdict of banning the Black Star player, Benjamin Tetteh for throwing a punch at a Gabonese player. He was given a three games banned from the ongoing African Cup Of Nations 2021.
The issue has been bothering a lot of people's mind as the renowned journalist, Fireman popularly known in the country as 'Countryman Zongo' who is with team currently in Cameroon has also reacted to the chaos that was erupted during the game between Ghana and Gabon. According to him, the Black Stars of Ghana did not put up any good performance on the field of play. According to him, it could have been better for the Black Star coach to have used the local players who are playing in the local league for the ongoing African Cup Of Nations.
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Well it could have been better for the coach to consider the local players because there are a lot of talents within the local sector. Most people who are playing the local teams according to Fireman have the ability to play in the National team rather than inviting players outside our local leagues. What do you think about the Fireman's reaction?
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