Milovan Rajevac

It’s a make-or-break affair for the Black Stars of Ghana in today’s game against Comoros Island.

This is the game the Black Stars need all the three points at stake.

The Stars have not had a very smooth sailing performance at the AFCON 2021 in Cameroon”.

This is how Correspondent Benjamin Willie Graham made the assessment from the Black Stars Camp in Cameroon.

”They started off with a disappointing defeat to Morocco and then drew 1-1 to Gabon, a game that a lot of Ghanaians believed that the Stars could have won but that wasn’t the story. And now they are at the crossroads, a win for Ghana means they could qualify as one of the Third best-placed teams in the group, a defeat means the Black Stars will be packing bags and baggage back home”.

”The fans who followed the team here say it is a difficult task, but Coach Milovan Rajevac says the Black Stars are going to fight to the last bullet and that means that the last blood would have to be dropped in today’s game at Garoua”.

”Black Stars have already pitched camp in Garoua, and have had the first training sessions. There are reports that some players are still nursing some injuries. It is still believed that the team has got what it takes in this difficult moment to make qualifications a bit easier”.

”There are those in Ghana who have crossed their fingers waiting to see what happens every 19 minutes. The game will be played at 8 pm here in Cameroon but, will the Black Stars qualify or not remains the biggest question in the minds of most Ghanaians”, according to Benjamin Willie Graham.

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