After watching Ghana - Morocco friendly game, which ended 1 - 0 against Ghana, it appears Ghana will need to do more to be able to have a successful World Cup qualification and win next year’s Africa Cup of Nations.
At the goalkeeping department, Razak Abalora has been given the opportunity to man the post in recent games. Although he is warming himself into the role, he continues to commit blunders, which cause a stir around the country. The manner in which he conceded few hours ago, brings to mind his preparedness to lead the country in achieving its objectives. The coach will need to revisit the goalkeeping areas, and come out with another major decision in that regard.
The midfield and front men will have to be appraised thoroughly before full business commences. Goal scoring should be allotted a huge attention in all matches. It was obvious tonight that, other strikers should be brought on board to fine tune the team. Those available presently, cannot be limited to the sidelines almost in most games. Options available ought to be explored in the deepest way, to assemble the best, in getting a formidable team for the upcoming showdown.
The current team has few talents, per what have been seen and analyses in recent games, but additions are critically needed to go far in impending fixtures.
Coach Charles Akonnor will be required to take a second look at how matches will be controlled from his side, that is, the bench. Key decisions that will result in victory cannot be delayed in crucial moments.
Although the game against Morocco is a friendly encounter, it must be emphasized that, those matches play a needful role in putting your team into shape.
To compete with the the best team on the African soil, Ghana Black Stars will have to put in efforts beyond imagination. The team must be out in shape, such that, opponents cannot have it their way in upcoming matches.
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