We hope Black Stars rebuidling get us the desired results - Baffour Gyan

Football News We hope Black Stars rebuidling get us the desired results - Baffour Gyan
APR 3, 2024 LISTEN

Former Ghana striker Baffour Gyan expresses optimism for the future of the Black Stars despite recent struggles, including disappointing performances in the last two Africa Cup of Nations tournaments which saw Ghana exit in the group stages.

The underwhelming showing in the Ivory Coast tournament led to the dismissal of Chris Hughton and his coaching staff, with former Premier League manager Otto Addo taking the reins on a 34-month contract.

In Addo's initial outings, Ghana endured a defeat to Nigeria and a draw against Uganda during the March international break.

Despite these results, Gyan, who represented the Black Stars during his career, remains hopeful for the team's progression.

"The Black Stars are in a rebuilding phase, and it's the collective hope of every Ghanaian that this process unfolds positively," he remarked in an interview with Asempa FM.

"They are piecing things together, and we all wish for success, which I believe will come."

Ghana's next challenge will be in the 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, where they are set to face Mali and the Central African Republic in June.

Samuel Ekow Amoasi Appiah
Samuel Ekow Amoasi Appiah

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