Black Stars Have A Solid Foundation Despite World Cup Collapse – Kamaldeen Sulemana

Black Stars forward, Kamaldeen Sulemana has said that despite what most Ghanaians consider a disastrous outing at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, the squad has a solid foundation to build.

Ghana was eliminated at the group stage after it finished bottom of its group comprising Portugal, South Korea, and Uruguay.
They suffered a 3-2 defeat to Portugal in the opening match and came back strongly to defeat the Republic of Korea by the same scoreline only for them to fall at the hands of Luis Suarez-led Uruguay by two goals to nil.

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In their last game against Uruguay, they needed to get a draw, but they failed to do so.

Sulemana believes the failure to qualify for the next did not mean the team did not have the potential to go farther in the competition as Morocco did.

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Despite their failure to make it to the next round, Sulemana believes the team had the potential to go a lot further, much like Morocco on their run to the semi-finals.

The pacy winger told the BBC that it was unfortunate that Ghana ended its World Cup campaign at the group stage even though the team had the potential.

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He said that as long as a team is able to make it out of the group stage, it could go all the way to the finals.

Kamaldeen Sulemana joined Premier League side Southampton from Stade Rennais on transfer deadline day.