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Prince Tagoe, an ex-Ghana striker, has spoken out regarding C.K Akonnor's dismissal [Pure FM].

Former Black Stars striker Prince Tagoe has spoken out about C.K Akonnor's resignation as head coach of Ghana's senior national team.

Following a protracted meeting at the football association's offices on Monday afternoon, the 47-year-old was removed from his position as coach of the Black Stars, along with two of his assistants, David Duncan and Patrick Greveraars.

Prince Tagoe, who scored seven goals in 36 appearances for the West African superpower, has spoken out regarding the removal of former Wolfsburg and Ghana captain Thomas Tuchel from his position as head coach of the four-time AFCON champions.

“C.K [Akonnor] is an excellent coach with a lot of potential, but he lacks confidence and bravery. You can't cast Dede [Andre Ayew] in a dramatic part. All of this stems from a lack of self-assurance. Dede was named among the strikers in the call-ups as well. It all comes down to the coach's call-ups as well. You don't let others tell you which player you should invite to the team. You have to scout for players in Europe on your own,” he told Pure FM in Kumasi.

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