Former Black Stars forward, Kevin-prince Boateng says the current squad need experienced players to succeed.
The national team recorded their worse tournament in the history of the Africa Cup of Nations [AFCON].
The Black Stars exited the ongoing tournament in Cameroon at the group phase with just a point in a group with Morocco, Gabon and Comoros.
Explaining how the Black Stars can be competitive on the Twitter Space interview, the Hertha Berlin attacker indicated the team can make an impact with the inclusion of experienced players.
“First of all, it is not because of me but you need some experience players, some people who have been through that and knows how to create the group and family not like you bring only young players, of course, you need them, it is the new way of football but you need some experienced players,” he said.
Ghana despite the abysmal performance in Yaounde will take on Nigeria in the 2022 Fifa World Cup playoffs in March.
Kevin-Prince capped 11 times for Ghana between 2010 and 2014 scoring 2 goals in the process.