Ghana's Deputy Sports Minister Yamin declares 'demolishing exercise' against Zambia
Deputy Sports Minister Joseph Yamin has warned Zambia they face a ‘demolishing exercise’ when they turn up to battle Ghana in the deciding 2014 World Cup qualifier next Friday.
The Black Stars will be hosting the Chipolopolo in the final Group D match at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi on September 6.
The Ghana team is determined to exact revenge against the 2012 African champions despite requiring just a draw to progress in the qualifiers for next year’s World Cup in Brazil.
Deputy Minister Yamin has now added his voice to the belief of many Ghanaians there is no escaping of the Zambians against an expected hostile crowd in Kumasi by declaring a ‘demolishing exercise’ against the Chipolopolo.
“Let me stand here on behalf of my minister to announce a demolition exercise next Friday,” he said at the MTN FA Cup awards on Saturday.
“It is a demolishing exercise because the Black Stars will be demolishing Zambia to qualify Ghana for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
“I therefore call on your support to help the Black Stars qualify for the World Cup for the third consecutive time.”
Zambia have already moved to camp in South Africa to prepare for their expected annihilation against the Black Stars who will begin preparations for the game on Monday.