President of the Ghana Football Association [GFA], Kurt Okraku is confident CK Akonnor, head coach of the Black Stars will build a good team win trophies with the Black Stars team.
Akonnor, who replaced Kwesi Appiah this year played his first game against Mali but lost 3:0 but bounced back with a win against Qatar in friendly games.
According to Kurt Okraku, the head coach will eventually impose his signature on the team.
“We are here to fix the fundamentals and to get it right," he said. “When we get it right we will be very competitive.
“Once that happens soon the big trophies will start to land via the Kotoka International Airport once again.
“We are very positive and given the support that the entire country has offered us we will be able to bring that target of envy one more time.
“The Black Stars is on the heart of everybody and you see clearly from his first two callups that he is a deep thinker.
“He is bringing in quality and its just a matter of time this team will start to gel and we will be competitive and interesting again.
“Its been a long time the Black Stars played interesting and entertaining football
Akonnor's coaching prowess will be tested again against Sudan in the 2022 Africa Cup of Nations [Afcon] qualifiers next month.