Former Ghana defender, Dan Quaye, has advised Black Stars coach, Milovan Rajevav to recall Kevin Prince Boateng, Kwadwo Asamoah and Harrison Afful into the National Team to ensure the country makes it through the World Cup play-offs and to the 2022 Qatar World Cup.
The former Hearts of Oak defender believes that the three aforementioned players deserve a last dance with the National team as he believes they have so much to offer and can serve as role models for the younger players in the National team set-up.
Dan Quaye who was part of the National team set-up that represented the country at the 2006 Germany FIFA World Cup made this revelation in an interview Aben FM, insisting that our chances for qualifying for next year’s World Cup will be greatly improved with the veterans.
“I believe this is the time the team need experienced players. I will be happy if the coach invite, Jonathan Mensah, Harrison Afful, John Boye, Frank Acheampong and Kevin Prince Boateng back into the team. I want their inclusion because they have tasted the qualifiers before and will not struggle,” said Dan Quate as quoted by footballghana.
The Black Stars narrowly qualified to the play-off round of the World Cup Qualifiers after beating South Africa a goal to nil in their last group G game in Cape Coast, on the 14th of November, 2021.
Ghana will have to wait for who they will be facing in the play-offs next month in a draw to be held in Cairo, Egypt.