The outspoken gaffer believes the Black Stars have the potential of winning the double header
Former Hearts of Oak coach Mohammed Polo says Ghana coack Kwesi Appiah will be able to meet expectations in the next international break amid concerns about lack of preparatory games.
The Black Stars will open their 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers with a game against South Africa on November 14 before they travel to face Principe and Sao Tome four days later.
On Monday, thirteen players including three goalkeepers – took part of the Black Stars’ training at the Accra Sports Stadium and a full house is expected by Tuesday evening.
“These are games that you will have to trust Kwesi Appiah to deliver,” Polo told AshesGyamera.com.
“Since the last game in the Afcon, the Black Stars are yet to play a game and that may affect them but with the quality of players and Kwesi’s experience, one can say that South Africa will fall in Cape Coast and then Sao Tome will be added to the names of casualties later.
“With six points, obviously, the pressure on the technical team will reduce and Ghanaians will gradually start loving the Black Stars again,” he added.
Ghana are hoping to book their place in the finals as they continue to search for their first major silverware since 1982.