C.K. Akonnor
C.K. Akonnor

Charles K. Akonnor Head Coach of the senior national team the Black Stars has said the technical has commenced discussion on their next game against Cote D’ Ivoire at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium on Saturday, June 12, 2021.

“We will have a meeting to discuss the match. What we did right and what went wrong and we look forward to the Cote D’ Ivoire match and going to that game.

“We have to do video analysis and see how best we can play and of course outsmart them and win the match. We need to win and that is what we are concerned about,” he added.

According to Coach Akonnor few other players are expected to join them adding that it would make them stronger for the task ahead.

“We don’t need to destroy what we have done. The discipline, work ethics, cohesion of the team, team spirit, I think we need to keep it going, it’s important for us.

“This is a match to test ourselves and also to see the way forward and the next opponent, how best we can face them. And once we have done this in a very positive way, even though we lost, we need to take the positives and move into the next match.

“Of course it would also be difficult – they are a good side and we would go in with respect but we have to know what to do at the right time and we want to try to improve in this area and create chances to score goals,” he noted.

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