By Rahman Osman
Montenegro coach Branko Brnovic has charged his players not to show Ghana too much respect in tonightâ€™s international friendly.
The Brave Falcons have targeted to test their readiness for their 2016 European championship qualifier with the test match against one of the 32 finalists for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
â€œIf we are true and complete we must not fear any opponent,â€ the former Espanyol player said.
â€œIf you need to go out there and make your mark you do not fear or show so much respect to your opponents.
â€œItâ€™s obvious we are weakened but in that same sense itâ€™s an opportunity for the younger ones to cease the opportunity to stand out and put in a good performance.
â€œWe respect Ghana they are strong physically and have good players who need no introduction but that how far it should go after the handshakes.
â€œAm sure with the right approach we can match them foot for foot.â€™â€™
Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah has assembled players who are likely to make his final squad for the World Cup.
Tunisia-based defender Harrison Afful will miss the match after failing to secure a visa to the Eastern European country.