FIFA U20 World Cup Winner Tells Foreign Born Ghanaian Players to Avail Themselves for AFCON Qualifiers
Emmanuel Agyemang Badu needs unfamiliar conceived footballers who need to change their ethnicity to Ghana engage in the AFCON qualifiers and not just the World Cup
He made this declaration on the rear of ongoing spike in reports of Ghanaian players in the diaspora indicating on conceivable identity switch
Agyemang Badu’s perspectives have been authenticated by previous Fenerbahce and Anderlecht striker Yaw Preko
Previous Black Stars midfield key part Emmanuel Agyemang Badu accepts Ghanaian players brought into the world in the diaspora who will change identity ought to be prepared to highlight for the country in the 2023 AFCON qualifiers.
The 31-year-old midfielder figures that playing in the qualifiers would assist the unfamiliar conceived Ghanaian footballers with getting to know the directs of the public group before the 2022 World Cup.
In a meeting with capital-based radio broadcast Max FM, the ex-Udinese midfielder said something regarding the conceivable identity switch of unfamiliar conceived players of Ghanaian parentage.
“We shouldn’t rush and call players in view of the World Cup and lose them later,” the previous Udinese midfielder expressed as cited by 3sports .
“The people who wouldn’t have any issue exchanging identity should be prepared for the 2023 AFCON qualifiers so they get to know the territory. It ought not be that the player plays the World Cup and that is all there is to it,” he added.
His perspectives originates from the determined quest for the Ghana Football Association to reinforce the Black Stars crew in front of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Players, for example, Eddie Nketiah of Arsenal, Chelsea’s Callum Hudson-Odoi, Athletic Bilbao’s Mr predictable Inaki Williams and Brighton safeguard Tariq Lamptey have been connected with the Black Stars.
Yaw Preko needs players brought into the world in the diaspora to profit themselves for AFCON qualifiers
Prior, Sports Brief detailed that previous Ghana global Yaw Preko has advised that players who need to play in the 2022 World Cup should be prepared to play in the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.
The Black Stars are making a re-visitation of the World Cup subsequent to qualifying to the detriment of Nigeria in the end of the season games.
The Ghana Football Association has been in converses with specific players trying to persuade them to play for the Black Stars following Ghana’s capability to the Mundial.