Making Black Stars Squad Doesn’t Make You Superior – Henry Asante Twum
Henry Asante Twum, the Communications Director of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), has called on the players who have been called for national duty to justify their call-up on the field of play.
The new head coach of Ghana, Chris Hughton, has maintained the core of players who played for Ghana at the World Cup in Qatar for the AFCON qualifier against Angola.
Joseph Paintsil, Majeed Ashimeru, and Jojo Wallacott have all returned to the squad for the games.
Asante Twum is of the view that there are a lot of players who deserved to be called for the national team duties but there is a limit to the number that can be called.
He told Akoma FM that the players know that anything they do on the field of play, Ghanaians are watching because they are ambassadors and when a player is selected among the final 26 or 25 players for a competition, it does not make them exceptionally talented over others but because it’s on merit.
The Black Stars will take on the Palancra Negras on Thursday 23 in Kumasi before going for the return leg in Luanda after four days.