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2014 World Cup: Ex-US coach Milutinovic hails Ghana's young squad

Ex-US coach Bora Milutinovic has hailed Ghana’s talented squad

Ex-US coach Bora Milutinovic has hailed Ghana’s talented squad

Ex-US coach Bora Milutinovic has hailed Ghana’s talented squad saying the group G games is ‘like a small World Cup between four teams’.

The Ghanaians will battle the Americans, Germany and Portugal in a group dubbed as ‘Group of Death’.

The Black Stars will re-ignite their growing rivalry with the Americans in their opener at Natal on Monday June 16 before they clash with Europeans giants Germany and Portugal.

Former American boss Bora Milutinovic feels the group G contest will be exciting to watch.

“They are a very good team, young, very good mentality,” Milutinovic said

“It will be a big challenge for all teams in this group. Everybody is very strong. It is like a small World Cup between four teams.”

READERS COMMENTS

  1. Ghanaboy says:

    Thank u for ur unwanted service *eyes rolling*

  2. spellBOUND says:

    just looking forward to 2018, ghana will have a baby squad. just imagine if by that time essian, gyan, kpb, muntari, are no longer in the team, the average age will be like 23 or so with the inclusion of the assifuahs and rhaman’s from the just finished u20. youth and speed awaits us in 4 years.

    • Viper says:

      Yes,I am equally excited about the future Black Stars,to have Aboagye,Accam,Accheampong,Assifuah,Waris,Jordan in one team is great prospect,then there is Mohammed Abu of Stromgodset(a great talent) Alfred Duncan,Attamah and the current batch of youngsters in the BS setup,the future looks even more promising.

      Hopefully,there are a couple of great talents in the current U20 team.U20 football has been really helpful to Ghana.

  3. Crusader7 says:

    Sto[p the playe-retirement campaigns. You cant over-jump what is at stake now and indulge in thisnexercise