Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II wants a resounding 4-0 victory against Zambia in Friday’s crucial 2014 World Cup qualifier.
The country’s powerful king met with officials and players of the Black Stars after their training session on Wednesday evening to inspire them ahead of the crunch tie against the Chipolopolo at the Baba Yara stadium.
The world respected Royal Highness shared words of encouragement with the team and urged them to silence their opponent with a cricket scoreline of four unanswered goals in front of their home fans.
“All I want to hear my sons is that you have won by 4-0,” Otumfuor Osei Tutu 11 said amidst a rapturous applause
“My friend (Herve Renard) who happened to be part of us in the past is their coach now. I am sure when you beat him he’ll pack his bags and go home.
“All we need from the team is understanding, affection and purposefulness. No player is better than the other.
“Those who will be on the field should know that it’s a body of a team.
“You must appreciate that the coach has picked you because he has confidence that you can deliver for Ghana. Commit youself, be brothers, no egos but with a common purpose to qualify to the World Cup.
The hugely-anticipated fixture has been characterized Zambians poor travel arrangement which has become a major talking point in the Southern African country.