Ghana Football Association (GFA) Executive Council member, Dr. Randy Abbey has expressed optimism that the Black Stars will put up a good performance at the 2023 TotalEnergies Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) tournament in Ivory Coast next year.
The four-time African champions suffered a worse competition in Cameroon during the 2021 AFCON, exiting at the group phase with just a point without a win.
With the national team now being rebuilt under a new technical team led by Otto Addo, Dr. Randy Abbey says the narrative will be different if the Black Stars arrive for next year’s AFCON.
“The way we are building a team for the Black Stars I believe Ghana can do its possible best in next year's Africa Cup of Nations [AFCON],” Dr. Randy Abbey told Accra-based Original FM.
After round 2 in the qualifiers for the next AFCON tournament, Ghana is in a good position after amassing four points from two matches.
The Black Stars will resume their qualifiers in September with a doubleheader against Angola.