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Yussif Basigi blames Anas exposé for national teams poor performances in international competitions

Published on: 14 December 2018

Head coach of the Black Princesses of Ghana, Yussif Basigi has blamed the poor showing of national teams in International competitions to the Anas exposé. 

Ghana's national teams has performed poorly in international duties in recent times including the disappointing exits of the Black Queens and the Black Princesses at the AWCON and FIFA U-20 women's World Cup respectively.

The Black Satellites were also eliminated at the WAFU U-20 cup of Nations in Togo after defeats to Niger and Nigeria.

Coach Yussif Basigi has lamented over the current performances of the national teams.

"I'm sad our national teams are not doing well. It's not one or two national teams but it is generally across all the national teams," he said.

"I'll attribute it to the Anas expose because I don't think I would have been beaten 4:0 by both France and Holland if not because of the expośe," he added.

Ghana's football has been brought to a halt following the revelations of the Anas expośe which was premiered in June.

Several top officials including the former Ghana Football Association President were caught on camera alegedly receiving bribes.


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