Former Black Stars striker Matthew Amoah is preaching for unity and calling for all hands on deck as the coach Kwesi Appiah begins his second spell at the dugout of the national team.
The former Vittesse striker believes that the only way to get the nations slim World Cup chance back on track is for all and sundry to join forces together and rally behind the team.
The Black Stars who are pushing for a fourth successive World Cup appearance face a difficult task to make it to Russia 2018, having picked just a point from a possible six. Many are of the view that Ghana’s chances of making a fourth successive World cup appearance is over after fluffing their chances.
“Football is team work and if the Black Stars come together as a team and as a family as we did years before, our place on the FIFA ranking can improve,” Amoah told Ultimate FM Sports.
“We have to be committed, fight for each, help each other and be there for each other,” he urged.
Mathew Amoah spent nine years with the Black Stars after making his debut in 2002 – made 43 appearances and scored 13 goals.
By: Ghana/Ultimatefmonline.com/106.9FM/Kofi Amoah