Players needs sound mind to play – C. K. Akunnor caution GFA and MOYS



Former captain of the Black Stars, Charles Akunnor has cautioned the Ghana Football Association and the Ministry of Youth and Sports to end their fiction.

The Black Stars failed get all three points after drawing with Uganda at the Temale Sports Stadium on Friday in their Russia 2018 FIFA world cup qualifiers.

Things now seem to be difficult for the Black Stars after their tough opponent; Egypt defeated Congo by 2:1 making the leaders of Group E.

Many have attributed the draw to the impasse between the Ghana Football Association and the Ministry of Youth and Sports and the Dreams FC tactician has cautioned both parties to settle their fiction.

“We have to plan very well to get a good result against Egypt.” Akunnor told Asempa Sports.

“I think we did things right but the Ugandans really prepared coming into the game and in the first half they made things very difficult for us but in the second half we pressed them but we couldn’t get any goal.

“Playing away to Egypt will need a very good preparation or things get worse for us. I don’t want to say that the impasse between the FA and the Ministry of Youth and Sports has led to this but I will say the impasse need to come to end because the players need sound mind to play.

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