Fatawu Issahaku part of the line up for the Black Stars game ahead of clash with Comoros.
In a Twitter Space conversation hosted by Betway and Michael Oti Adjei, a series of football experts voiced their opinions about the performance and chances of the Ghana Black Stars.
Former captain Steven Appiah recounted the team’s performance in the 2006 tournament where the Stars were the Stars lost in their first match, drew in the second and lost in the third match against Zimbabwe which had them packing.
Though the current situation is much similar to the 2006 issue the captain says he is optimistic about the current team especially with the introduction of Fatawu Issahaku who is filled with potential and talent.
Speaking to Fentuo Tahiru, the CitiNews Sports Journalist mentioned that the Black Stars had the second slowest attack in the tournament and also having the third slowest build up.
Also speaking to Data Sports journalist, Owuraku Ampofo said the Black Stars in other to smoothly advance to the next stage of the tournament must win at least 2 two goals so they can secure a place in the round of 16, winning by just a goal might mean putting the number of cards obtained by a team into consideration which will not be favourable to the team especially with a red card at hand, having a wider secured goal margin though can see the Stars nabbing a spot in the next stage.