Ghana FA Executive Committee member Wilfred Osei has prophesised doom for Ghana’s campaign at the 2014 World Cup even in the spiritual realm.
The Black Stars have been drawn in a tough group alongside Germany, Portugal and the USA.
Many soccer pundits have already predicted a first round exit for Ghana and the USA in favour of three time winners and perennial underachievers Portugal.
And the Tema Youth chief who is on the powerful 22-man Ghana FA Executive Committee tends to agree with this notion.
Osei – popularly referred to as ‘Palmer’ – even adds it doesn’t look good for Ghana even in the spiritual realm even though he believes things can be done to salvage the situation.
“From the herbal perspective, it doesn’t look good for Ghana as we speak today,” he told Metro FM.
“It depends on what we do from now.
“Analyzing it purely from the technical angle and not being a Ghanaian, I will also say that it is a very difficult task handed to us.
“Someone will say I am being too pessimistic, being a defeatist, don’t I have any hope for mother Ghana?
“I have hope and confidence for mother Ghana if only we have a game plan and the game plan should start from the FA.
“From the Executive Committee level, from the Presidency up to those of us at the floor level. Those of us referred to as the football people.
“We should accept the fact that the task is not easy so any kind of advice, any kind of information given to Akwasi Appiah should be seen in a positive light.”
Ghana aims at going at least one place better than the quarter final finish last term in South Africa in next year’s tournament in Brazil.