Wednesday Nov 22, 2017. 15:30
Ghana national team coach Kwesi Appiah says they had a plan to reach the 2018 FIFA World Cup, but they were unfortunate in their attempts.
The Black Stars manager revealed his thoughts on why they failed to reach the global showpiece and at the same time praised the Egyptian national team.
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He also pointed out that the North Africans had a well-executed plan for their qualifying campaign that included a lot of money from investors.
Egypt qualified to the World Cup for the first time since 1990 after finishing on top of Group E with 13 points while Ghana finished in third place with seven points.
“It’s unfortunate we did not qualify for the World Cup. Every Ghanaian is disappointed we did not qualify,” Appiah told Happy FM.
“If we come together and access where the fault is, automatically we will be heading forward.
“Egypt for instance, had a plan, they had some many investors putting in some money that they had purposely to qualify for the World Cup.”
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