Kurt Okraku, the President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), has shared his thoughts on the current condition of the Black Stars.
Ghana’s senior national men’s team has recently struggled in their performances, causing concern among many Ghanaians who had high hopes for the team’s success in the upcoming 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON).
During the October international break, Ghana participated in two friendly matches against Mexico and the USA, both of which witnessed disappointing displays by the Black Stars, leaving fans disheartened.
In these matches, Ghana suffered a 2-0 defeat to Mexico and an even more discouraging 4-0 loss to the US Men’s national team.
Addressing the lackluster performance of the Black Stars, Kurt Okraku, the GFA chief, expressed his deep concern, stating that he is troubled by the team’s current state.
He emphasized the need for the national team to rise above their recent setbacks and perform better, saying, “Our Black Stars must regain their form, but as their devoted servant, I am deeply concerned.”
Looking ahead, Ghana will soon kick off the qualifiers for the 2026 FIFA World Cup. The Black Stars are set to face Madagascar and Comoros in these crucial matches.