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Maxwell Konadu says Ghana's best performer at CHAN could make World Cup squad

Posted On Friday, 3rd January 2014
Maxwell Konadu is local Black Stars head coach.

Maxwell Konadu is local Black Stars head coach.

Ghana’s home-based national team coach Maxwell Konadu says could be senior national team call-up for any of players who impresses at the upcoming Championship of African Nations (CHAN) tournament.

Konadu, who doubles as assistant coach of the Black Stars, say his boss Kwesi Appiah will be keenly following the tournament as part of monitoring plan for the 2014 World Cup finals in Brazil.

The ex-international striker is currently with the team Windhoek, Namibia preparing for the third edition of the tournament which is restricted to players of domestic leagues.

Konadu says there is a distinct chance that a player who impresses in the CHAN will gatecrash Ghana’s final World Cup squad.

”A star may emerge during the tournament in South Africa and since the head coach [James Kwesi Appiah] will also be there, they may get called for the world cup,” Konadu said.

”You never know when it comes to football,” he added.

Konadu will lead the local Black Stars in a friendly against Namibia’s Brave Warriors in a pre-tournament friendly on Saturday.

Ghana will play Congo in their Group C opener before engaging Libya and Ethiopia.

The 2014 African Nations Championship will run from 11 January to 01 February.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. Boro says:

    This should be more than enough motivation for these players. I just hope this is not going to make them try to impress individually but play as a team. We will be watching them with keen interest since we will be looking forward for team players at Brazil .

  2. OGYA says:

    He is saying that because most of the players are from his club ASANTE KOTOKO. I cannot wait to see both coach get humiliated to get them off the Black Stars arena





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