Head coach of the Black Stars James Kwesi Appiah claims that both “the signs and the victory” are very important as he prepares to face Mexico in an international friendly on Thursday(Tomorrow).
The Black Stars of Ghana had their final training session at Houston, Texas yesterday and will be engaging their Mexican counterparts early tomorrow morning.
The game will serve as a test for some of the new players including Police officer Samuel Sarfo. His is stuff of dreams as an image circulating on social media tells the story of how he was on guard duty at the Baba Yara stadium for a Black Stars game sometimes last year. The Liberty Professionals midfielder could be set for an appearance for the senior national team.
Despite missing some key players head coach James Kwasi Appiah is adamant he’s fully focused on getting the right result.
“The signs are important, but for me every game is really important, this is about the national team and I don’t joke with the national team.” James Kwesi Appiah
The game will serve as preparatory game before Ghana eventually takes on Congo in the next 2018 World Cup qualifiers.
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