Egypt coach Bob Bradley believes either his side or Ghana will make a huge impact at the 2014 FIFA World Cup finals in Brazil.
The former United States coach leads the Pharaohs to fight a qualification berth in a two-legged playoffs in October and November.
In an exclusive interview with Kumasi-based Angel FM, the 55 year old emphasized on the immense respect he has for Ghana.
He revealed how he still recollects the defeat his US side suffered at the hands of the Black Stars in the round 16 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
“Ghana has made a lot of changes to their team over the years but still they have a lot of quality players in their team,” Bradley said.
“Egypt have also had to pass through some difficult times over the last few years everyone knows but in this moment we have a greater picture and that is an opportunity to do something that will be incredible.
“I remember the game we played with Ghana at the World Cup in 2010 and I remember there was an overtime and during the overtime Asamoah Gyan scored for Ghana at the start and Ghana won that very important and great match.
“Yes I think it will be a very good match between two teams and whichever team can control will represent Africa very well so we look forward to the match in Kumasi.”