Ghana coach Milovan Rajevac has given his goalkeepers edited DVDs of the strikers they will be facing in the second phase of the World Cup qualifiers.
The Serbian is showing his extreme determination to qualify the Black Stars to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa by conducting a meticulous spying of Ghana's opponents.
Ghana will be facing Benin, Mali and Sudan from next month in the final phase of the qualifiers and Rajevac has completed a comprehensive investigation into the teams.
All the goalkeepers in the reckoning for a place in the Black Stars were shocked when Rajevac gave them edited DVDs of the dangerous strikers they will face from next month.
Black Stars first choice goalkeeper Richard Kingson, who plays for English side Wigan, expressed positive surprise when he was given tapes.
Kingson told Ghanasoccernet: "I was in total shock when Coach Milo gave us the DVDs in November.
"They were edited videos of the most dangerous strikers in our group and he was asked all of us to watch and see how they operate during matches.
"We will continue with lectures on our opponents when we meet for the Egypt friendly this month before the training sessions on how to counter them.
"I have played under some of the best coaches in the world but this level of advance preparation and his determination by Coach Milo has overly impressed me."
The Serbian coach will continue with similar DVDs for the other areas of the team as he is famed for his tactics during games.
Special secret spies have been sent to watch Mali, Benin and Sudan in friendlies while their key players have also been monitored by the coach.
Rajevac secretly travelled to Europe last month to watch Ghanaian players in action as he prepares the squad for the start of the qualifiers in March.
The Serbian led the Black Stars to qualify for the second phase of the World Cup qualifiers.
Ghana is seeking its second successive appearance at the World Cup after its 2006 showing in Germany.