Ghana’s assistant coach Nassam Yakubu says there will be no major changes in the personnel to be invited into the goalkeeping department for the crunch playoffs against Egypt.
Adam Kwarasey, Fatawu Dauda and Razak Braimah have been the relied upon trio for the Black Stars in recent games.
Some have however raised concerns of their ability following some dodgy performances in recent games.
While Fatawu Dauda – the first choice – struggles to get regular games at Orlando Pirates, Kwarasey have been unable to replicate his consistent club form to the national team.
Razak Braimah is also deemed not ripe enough to challenge for a starting place especially after his not too impressive display in the defeat against Japan.
These factors have raised concerns of the strength of the goalkeeping department of the Black Stars going into the crunch playoff against the Egyptians who remain the only side with a 100 percent record in the series.
But assistant coach in charge of goalkeeper Nassam Yakubu says he is restricted to making do with what he has with the limited time at his disposal ahead of the game against the Pharaohs.
“The time is very short to bring in new players so we will have to work with the ones we have,” he told Asempa FM.
“There will not be any radical change, if any at all we will be looking at the succession plan we have.
“And that will be to look at the keepers in the local Black Stars team.”