Black Stars will add to Bob Bradley's pain- Maxwell Konadu
Ghana assistant coach Maxwell Konadu says the Black Stars are determined to secure yet another important victory over Bob Bradley, Egypt coach, on Tuesday.
The Black Stars will be hosting the Pharaohs in the first leg of the 2014 World Cup playoff at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi.
Ghana are aim at securing a massive win to give hand them a comfortable cushioning ahead of next month’s return encounter tentatively set to be played in Cairo.
The Black Stars were responsible for coach Bradley’s woes at the last World Cup in South Africa when he was in-charge of USA.
The American is looking to avenge the painful extra time defeat but with Egypt who are seeking a return to the World Cup since 1990.
But Konadu believes his senior opposite contender’s poor run playing against the Black Stars will be extended.
“Ghana has beaten him [Bob Bradley] before and the match being played in Kumasi we don’t expect anything different,” he said.
“We will make sure we win this game to prove to him that Ghana is always prepared to beat him.”