World Cup’ 22: Ghana players told to avoid women and focus.

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The Black stars have been advised not to take their partners to the tournament in order to focus and set their eyes on glory.

However, Ghana Ex- Sports Minister, Elvis Afriyie Ankrah has given a formal warning to the Black stars against enjoying the company of women during the tournament and focus on the task ahead of them in Qatar.

Due to the embarrassing 2014 World Cup campaign, Ankrah believes that women(wives and girlfriends) can be a distraction for the players.

He stated: “The team must be dedicated and focused during the World Cup period. This is a tournament for just some few weeks.

“The players should leave their wives and girlfriends for those weeks and focus on bringing glory to Ghana and themselves”.

In an interview with Ghana News Agency, Ankrah stated: ” It’s a privilege to don the national colours and players should not think they are doing us a favour by representing Ghana”.

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After beating Nigeria in a two-legged playoff on away goals, Ghana qualified for the World Cup for the fourth time.

Arguably, Ghana’s best World Cup performance was the South Africa 2010 World Cup, where the Black stars reached the quarterfinals and was eliminated by Uruguay on penalties.

The Black Stars will play their last friendly match against Switzerland on 17th November, 2022 before departing for Qatar.

Ghana is one of the five African representatives in Qatar and will play Portugal, South Korea and Uruguay in the group stages.

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