We can cope without Yahaya Mohammed - Maxwell Konadu

Published on: 20 January 2014
We can cope without Yahaya Mohammed - Maxwell Konadu
Ghana can cope without Yahaya Mohammed, according to Maxwell Konadu

Ghana coach Maxwell Konadu insists his side can cope without talisman Yahaya Mohammed ahead of Tuesday’s CHAN final group C game against Ethiopia.

The Ghanaian trainer will be without his top striker after he was suspended for the clash following yellow card accumulation.

However the Black Stars assistant coach remains confident in his other troops insisting  Mohammed's absence won’t be missed.

“We brought a lot of strikers so if one is not playing the next match I think others are ready to compete,” Konadu is quoted by Accra-based Asempa FM.

“We’ll not say we have lost one player so that is the end for the team, we will still compete at the very highest level.

“All the boys are equally good and everybody is waiting for his chance.”

The Kotoko attacker has been by the far the most impressive player on the pitch and was voted the man-of-the-match during their 1-1 draw against Libya last Friday.


  • Thegreates
    says: 6 years ago
    Coach, where does this Black Stars switch on switch off come from?
  • Boro
    says: 6 years ago
    We do not need to be told that because you are expected to pick a group of players where there can be atleast two players for each position either by rotation or by substitution. If you failed in this sense and for that matter BS failed to qualify to the quater finals due to one or two players absence then i do not see why you should continue to be part of the BS technical team because you are not adding anything. Also your demeanour at the bench is too poor. You don't seem to be directing affairs well at the local BS ench. You just stand there as if there is nothing at stake, why?