Ghanaian players have exceptional talent, and Black Stars coach Chris Hughton thinks that talent may help the squad significantly in reaching its goals.
Chris Hughton, who was chosen to succeed Otto Addo in March, has presided over two AFCON 2023 qualifying games against Angola. Prior to his appointment, he was a member of a four-person technical team that guided the squad to the 2022 World Cup as the Technical Advisor.
Hughton claims that through being a part of the team, he has had the opportunity to recognize tremendous talent, which he believes will be essential to the team’s success.
“Getting results is about believing in the players. I think we have a talented group of players and a talented squad,” he said,” he disclosed.
“It is trying to get that we get the right dynamics in the team and of course ultimately picking the right team to get results.
“You have to rely on good team spirits, good team organisation, togetherness, and desire from the team to win a football match.”
In June, the Black Stars will return to competition to compete in the AFCON qualifying for 2023. They now sit atop Group E with eight points after four games, and with one more victory, they will be guaranteed a spot in the AFCON competition in Ivory Coast for the following year.