Former Ghana Black Stars midfielder, Agyemang Badu has admitted that the Black Galaxies will be in for a tough test in the next Championship for Africa Nations.
The home based senior national team has been paired against defending champions, Morocco, Sudan and Madagascar for next year’s edition in Algeria.
Badu who played in the first edition in Côte D’Ivoire says Ghana finds itself in a tough group.
“One hundred percent and it’s not only in Sudan and Morocco, you can’t write anything off from Madagascar as well.
“Because we can all remember the 2019 Africa Cup in Egypt, they came to surprise every country there.
“So they are also a good side, I’ve seen their clips and I’ve watched one or two of the games, they are also not a bad team.
“But the connoisseurs of the game will pick Sudan and Morocco so we are in a very tough group.
“But like how I said, we have an experienced coach, we have good players and I’m just pleading and praying that by the 14th of October if the Ghana FA goes to court we will have good news that the league can start then the players will get in form before they can go to camp.
“And with good preparations and with the difficulties in the group we will sale through.” Agyemang Badu told Adamu Muftawu of Radio Gold Talk Sport.
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