Egypt trainer Bob Bradley has taken a swipe at Ghana for what he thinks is lack of care concern and empathy for Egyptian football after the Ghana FA called for a venue change in their World Cup qualifying play-off second-leg.
Football’s world governing body, FIFA, have asked the North Africans to sort their home issues out before October 28 or risk losing the right to choose where to play their return leg encounter on October 19.
FIFA’s directive followed an appealed launched by the Ghana against the North Africans country after consistent riotous and chaotic incidents in the country.
Egypt officials have insisted the country is safe enough to hold the game on November and the Cairo International Stadium as the match venue.
However, Egypt coach Bob Bradley feels Ghana is rather being insensitive to the plight of Egyptian football.
“The footballers have had the challenge of pursuing their careers without the league. 99.9% of the people of Egypt are going about their normal duties without any hindrances and trying to take care of things and this I think every Ghanaian should respect. We came here to play a game and get results,” he said.
Ghana is seeking to record a comfortable first-leg victory over the Egyptians at the Baba Yara Stadium tomorrow.