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Black Stars cursed ahead of 2023 AFCON; check reason

Head Coach of the Central African Republic Raoul Savoy, has predicted doom for Ghana ahead of their 2023 African Cup of Nations participation.

According to the coach, the four-time African champions would had a disastrous campaign in Cote D’Ivoire.

His comments came on the back of
Ghana’s feat of sealing qualification after Thursday’s evening comeback win over the CAR.

Two goals from Mohammed Kudus and Ernest Nuamah were enough to record a 2-1 win at the Baba Yara Stadium.

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Speaking on his side’s displeasure Raoul Savoy said, despite their downfall they played better than Ghana on the day.

He argued that the officiating officials gave the Ghanian team some sort of favouritism which aided them because their performance could not reflect as a wining team.

Against this backdrop, Savoy, believes the stars will have a poor tournament if they are to replicate yesterday’s performance in Cote D’Ivoire.

ALSO READ: Ghana seal AFCON qualification with comeback win over CAR

A situation which he said would see Ghana emulating its 2021 poor display in Cameroon where they failed to qualify past the group stage.

“Your next AFCON will be like the last one,” he cursed whiles addressing journalist after the game in Kumasi.

Ghana in its 2021 AFCON held in Cameroon saw an abysmal display from the Black Stars, under former ciach Milovan Rajevac.

The stars in the tournament in question failed to qualify from its group stage with highlights of their disaster were loosing to Comoros.

With a group made up of Morocco, Gabon and Comoros, Ghana manage to secured just one point in their group after suffering Morocco and Comoros defeats and recorded a draw against Gabon.

The feat became the country’s poor show in the history of the AFCON tournament since 2006 where it failed to progress pass the group stage.

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