Veteran coach Emmanuel Kwesi Afranie believes the inclusion of Sulley Muntari and Kevin-Prince Boateng will add the needed impetus to proper the country to qualify to the 2014 World Cup.
Muntari is set to return to the squad for the crucial qualifier against Sudan while Boateng is far away from returning to the national fold after retiring prematurely from the international stage.
The duo have combined effectively for AC Milan lately and played an important part as the Italians recorded a 2-0 win over Barcelona in the Uefa Champions League last week.
The former Ghana coach is optimistic the inclusion of the duo will enhance the prospect of the team in qualifying to the world showpiece.
“One player can make a difference! And I think that player is Sulley Muntari, because he is the only player who can give hot shots, at the moment most of our players want to score in the 18 yard box,” Muntari said
‘But the modern system of defense hardly gives you that time and space.
“So I think we would brighten our chances of qualifying to the World Cup in Brazil if we can get Sulley Muntari and Kevin Prince Boateng.
The decision of Andre and Jordan Ayew to retire temporarily from the national team is already raising anxiety among soccer fans whether they country has enough arsenals to qualify for a third successive world cup.