By Ameenu Shardow, follow on Twitter @alooameenu
The Black Stars management committee will hold a meeting on Tuesday to review Ghana’s emphatic win over Egypt in the first leg of the 2014 World Cup playoffs.
The meeting to be held at the Ghana FA headquarters in Accra will also discuss logistical and financial plans towards the return encounter on November 19.
The Black Stars hold a commanding first leg advantage going into the return encounter following a comprehensive 6-1 win over the record African Cup winners last Tuesday in Kumasi.
The Ghana FA is however not relaxing on their plans towards next month’s clash to be played at a yet to be determined venue despite widespread feelings that the tie is a done deal.
Ghana FA boss Kwesi Nyantakyi who also doubles as the chairman of the Black Stars management committee revealed the committee will begin considering proposals pertaining the team’s camping and other relevant issues in the upcoming meeting.
“We have already began preparations towards the return game,” he told Joy FM.
“We have scheduled a management meeting for next Tuesday to review this match and also make plans towards the next game.”
Ghana are overwhelming favourites to win their third successive World Cup qualification following the massive first leg result.
The Black Stars have made progressive stints at the World showpiece since its maiden qualification in 2006.