A member of the Ghana Football Association Normalisation Special Competition Committee, Augustine Arhinful, has advised that Ghana should forget about the rest of the countries in Group F and focus solely on Benin, a team they will play in their first game in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON).
The former Borussia Dortmund attacker in an interview with Asempa FM explained that concentrating only on Benin will help Ghana scout them well in order to beat them.
According to him, by the time Ghana are done with Benin, Guinea-Bissau would have also finished with Cameroon and this will help Ghana to get and examine videos of them to make the battle easier.
“Our focus should really be on Benin because our first match is against Benin. If we are able to scout them well to know their style of play we will score them,” he advised.
Ghana will open this year’s campaign against Benin on June 25 before facing Cameroon on June 29 with the final group match against Guinea Bissau scheduled for July 2 at the Suez Stadium.
Source: Wryta Amenyoh Raphael | Asempa Sports