The four time African champions have been in camp for four days now in France, looking to get themselves fully prepared for the big game coming up and the inclusion of Inaki Williams, Tariq Lamptey, Mohammed Salisu etc has really boosted the strength of the team heading into the game.
Speaking to the media, the Borussia Dortmund trainer has admitted there’s so much quality at his disposal hence selection won’t be easy but will consider greatly everyone’s output at his club to find the best starting line up.
“I will not declare there is pressure, but this is the job as the coach; you always have to find difficult decisions,” he said when asked how difficult it is to choose his starting team against Brazil.
“Also, let’s take it like everybody is doing bad; then it is also a difficult decision.
“This is the way we want to have it; we want our players to have success at their clubs, we want them to score but also to defend well, to play well, and have assists.”
So, it’s not only about scoring. Surely scoring is the obvious thing for everybody but we are monitory all the players and looking at their performances.
This is for us the measurement. Previous games, performance at their clubs, and they are still training.
Also, our style of play, our opponent players, and what we need going into the game. The performances at the club is taking a big part in the decision-making.” He landed
Ghana will take on Brazil this Friday, September 23, at the Oceane Stadium in Le Havre, France.