Former Ghana international, Tony Baffoe has called on the nations to rally behind the National team ahead of their Group C clash against Gabon.
Ghana suffered a disappointing African Cup of Nations opening match against Morocco, which has increased the negativity surrounding the Black Stars as Ghanaians make disproving comments about their performance.
Speaking ahead of the Black Stars’ game against Gabon on Friday, the Deputy Secretary-General of the Confederation of African Football has called on Ghana to keep the hope alive as there are still two matches left to play making it still mathematically possible for the Black Stars to qualify out of the Group Stages
“Let’s support the Black Stars, all is not over yet because we still have two games to play where we can get six points and qualify to the next round,” he said.
“Let’s keep our hope alive like I always say the players’ sweat for the nation, sweat for the flag, sweat for the jersey,” he said.