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We must get it right against Sudan - Ghana FA spokesman Daara

Posted On Friday, 22nd February 2013
We must get it right against Sudan - Ghana FA spokesman Daara

Ghana FA's Communication Director Ibrahim Sannie-Daara

By Ameenu Shardow

Ghana FA spokesman Ibrahim Sannie-Daara says a Black Stars’ win over Sudan in next month’s 2014 World Cup qualifier is not negotiable.

The nation is still grieving over Ghana’s abysmal showing at the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations.

The Black Stars failed to end a 31-year trophy drought after a penalty shootout defeat to Burkina Faso at the semi-final stage in South Africa.

Mali inflicted more misery with a 3-1 win over Ghana in the third-place playoff – ensuring Akwasi Appiah’s men came home empty handed.

Coach Appiah was nevertheless retained despite several calls for his dismissal in the hope that mistakes made will be corrected to qualify Ghana for the World Cup in Brazil.

Ghana FA Communications Director now says only one result will be good enough to pacify Ghanaians – a resounding win over Sudan when the qualifiers resume next month.

“We must get it right to pacify Ghanaians,” Sannie-Daara said on GTV’s Stage Africa show.

“We made a promise to win the trophy (at 2013 AFCON), we couldn’t and ended up hurting Ghanaians.

“However we look to take lessons from it and ensure we make them happy again by beating Sudan in the World Cup qualifiers which already we are on the back foot with the three points awarded Zambia.”

Anything less than a win on March 24 will certainly spell doom for under fire coach Akwasi Appiah while putting Ghana in a more difficult position to make a third successive appearance at the World Cup.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. Chu says:

    You also talk too much and we are fed up with you, the GFA (Ghana Fraud Association) and the continents most useless team after CIV

  2. BX, NYC says:

    Listen to this Idiot.. Aren’t you Ghanaian as well? You disappointed yourself and the whole world.. The first mistake was electing the current coach, coupled with stupid mistakes…How did you expect the black stars to win when you bring a knife to a gun fight?? sending boys to do a mans job.. You gotta be kidding me

  3. Collins says:

    Listen to this too known man.
    He is sending Ghana football into a ditch and the FA should watch out.
    We all know he is behind the confusion going on in the blackstars camp. He feels he knows everything.

  4. mojahadine says:

    Honestly, I did not even know that anyone other than Nyantakyi from that YES-MEN mafia can talk.

    Let him keep talking, he will be axed by Nyantakyi very soon.

  5. Selfmade says:

    We have to win this match at all costs,AA please wake-up, we’re now the laughing stock of African football.Viva the revolucioooon!!!

  6. Kotoko Asante says:

    Well said Sannie-Daaara.

  7. Ndolaman says:

    Ghana has no chance of qualifying to the world cup ,its like an elephant going thu an eye of a nidle, mark my words. The Black stars are a finished team.





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