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Godwin Attram predicts six years for Ghana to bounce back to trophy-winning period

Published on: 16 May 2020

Former Ghana midfielder Godwin Attram believes the nation will return to her glory days in football within the next six years.

Since winning the U20 FIFA World Cup in 2009, Ghana have to win any major laurel bar the 2017 WAFU Zone B Cup victory over Nigeria.

The Black Stars came close to breaking that jinx in 2010 and 2015 at the Africa Cup of Nations, but lost narrowly to Egypt and Ivory Coast respectively.

The West Africa powerhouse also failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup which was held in Russia.

The Black Meteors also endured a major set back, failing to qualify to the Olympics after losing penalty shootouts to Ivory Coast and South Africa.

However, Attram is defiant that all the various national teams will start picking trophies within the next six years.

β€œIt is good that we have a new GFA President Kurt Okraku. Within four to six years, you will see that Ghana will bounce back in all national levels. You will see great players in our national team (Black Stars),” he told Joy FM.

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