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2014 World Cup Have Your Say: Do you think the Black Stars are ready to excel at the World Cup?

Published on: 10 June 2014
Black Stars: Are they ready for the World CUP

After Ghana thumped South Korea 4-0 in their pre-World Cup friendly on Monday night, do you think the Black Stars are ready to shine in Brazil?

Please make your views known in the box below. 


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  • Boro says:
    June 10, 2014 01:10 pm
    Kwadwo Asamoah role at the left seems to have rectify the problem at the left full back but there is still a problem with the right. This is frustrating looking at the fact that Kwadwo who is actually not a defender is able to rectify our left part of our defense after trying several players there. Yesterday Harrison Äfful became the weakest link of our team and think should look at defending his lines first before thinking of joining the attack if he cannot do both. Adomah needs to work more on his ball control because it seems he is good at the crossing of the ball but most often loses the ball to the opponent than to control. He must also be precise with his passes. I wished he was not part of the team but now that he is there he must aspire to prove some of us wrong by working hard on the pitch. His performance looks amateurish to me. Yesterday Rabiu was my man of the match. He did his job an holding midfielder operating on the right as well as clearing the line for Useless Harrison Afful at the right full back.
  • Sizzle says:
    June 10, 2014 02:24 pm
    We are far from ready. This team needs to fix the defense. We need K Asamoah on the LB position and Essien on the RB. Gyan is the leader of the team as a whole and he also leads the strikers. We have Andre and boateng as leaders of the midfield. We need k Asamoah and Essien to lead the defense, and this might solidify the team. Every section of the field needs leaders.
  • Emma says:
    June 10, 2014 02:42 pm
    We can only try to polish one or two aspects of our game. Otherwise that is how we play. This is the reason why other teams find Ghana very difficult to beat. I would have liked K Asamoah a bit up front than where he played.In fact he is one player who can let our midfield tick.
  • Johnny says:
    June 10, 2014 03:09 pm
    Yes, play a local Bazilian side on Friday. Use Kwarasey and Stephen Adams. Dauda has proven to be no good for the tournament. And tell Afful and Inkoom to keep their little butts at the back and defend; quit going forward only to give the ball away, exposing the back for counter-attacks. Can Appiah see at at all? PS: Why still using Dauda?
  • suleku says:
    June 10, 2014 01:52 pm
    Yesterday's game was not too bad bt I think there is a lot of work to be done if Ghana is ready for a trophy this time round.the defence should be given alot attention if we are to move on in Brazil.Communication should also be checked and I think giving kpb the playmaker role will give a lot of positive results ....So in my view BS are not that ready for the mundial unless this problems are seriously tackled
  • Union Leader says:
    June 10, 2014 01:25 pm
    Hell no ! We're far from ready. Their game is disjointed . We might need another tune up game to straighten the rough edges . A scrimmage with a team in Brazil won't be a bad idea at all.
  • Emmanuel Mensah says:
    June 10, 2014 12:43 pm
    Not at all, we still have problem with our defence and also fatau dauda he is not good in area balls. We should use kwarasey as first goalkeeper. ...