Ex-Ghana international, Dan Owusu has urged Black Stars coach Chris Hughton to work on the team’s strikers in order to get the best out of them.
Since Asamoah Gyan’s exit from the Black Stars, the team has struggled to get an appropriate replacement for him. With the experimentation with several strikers, there is yet to be found a genuine striker for the team.
In the two matches played thus far under the reign of the current coach, the team has earned four points and scored two goals all by substitutes.
Touching on the striker challenges in the team, Dan Owusu in an interview with Bryt FM said that the seeming one-goal project under Chris Hughton is not acceptable and has to change.
He said in football, there are means to an end, that is to score goals and if you are unable to score, you cannot progress under Hughton, the team has not been banging in more goals and it is a problem.
Dan Owusu observed that in the two games in charge, the team has scored two goals (one in each game), and they need to work on the strikers on how to score the goals.
He concluded that Inaki Williams is not a bad striker, he has been scoring for his club but struggling with Ghana, so we need to work on him and other strikers.