President of the Ghana Football Association, Kurt Okraku has urged the Black Stars team to show quality when they face Zimbabwe on Saturday in the World Cup qualifier.
In a customary meet with the players before games, the FA capo delivered a strong statement telling the players to go all out for the maximum.
The Black Stars had a slow start to the qualifying campaign after winning one and losing one in the first two matches of the qualifiers.
Although they defeated Ethiopia, the performance was nothing to write home about and after defeat to South Africa, the FA sacked C.K Akonnor.
"Tomorrow against Zimbabwe, I have absolute confidence in our ability to make ourselves and Ghana proud," said Kurt Okraku.
"I remember at the Alisa Hotel in Accra, I challenged each and everyone to behave like big players and I remember tell each and everyone if you are not a big player this is the door and I believe each and everyone here has the ability to rise up to the occasion against Zimbabwe."
The Black Stars will hosts the Warriors of Zimbabwe at the Cape Coast stadium on Saturday before traveling to Harare to face the same side three days later.
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