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Stephen Tornado Appiah urges Black Stars to bury Comoros in kumasi
Former Ghana’s Captain who lead Black Stars to its first ever world cup in 2006 Stephen Tornado Appiah, has urged the team to put away everything behind them and focus on winning against Comoros in kumasi.
“Ghana black stars is all that we have as Ghanaians, Black stars is for us all therefore we have to protect it well, Appiah said.”
“It is not an easy task playing for the national team, I have been in it before so i know what am talking about. My friends and brothers who in it right now know the nature of the task and responsibilities ahead of them so they must be adequately prepared for it.”
But that is why we are Ghanaians because we have the ability to beat anybody in the world with the right attitude.
Football is a sort of game that you have to be focused because the margin of error is very limited.
But I am very sure that with the unity in camp they should be able to make it a pass Comoros in kumasi. I believe them and know they can do it.
Stephen Tornado Appiah is well known for his unity and leadership skills. He lead Ghana to their first ever world cup in Germany 2006 and has played for Great clubs in Europe including Juventus, Fernabache, Torino etc…