Ghana and KRC Genk attacker Joseph Painstil believes a strong sense of togetherness and teamwork can help the Black Stars qualify for next year’s FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Having missed the 2018 World Cup in Russia, the Ghana Football Association and the government are soliciting for an amount of $25 million to help the team’s preparations and qualifiers.
Joseph Painstil, who ignored an invite for the friendlies against Ivory Coast and Morocco, believes a unifying front can help Ghana achieve their world cup dreams.
“For me, we have good players and a higher chance of qualifying for the World Cup if we do well,” he told Citi TV.
“We have good players and I think we are going to have a good tournament,” he added.
“It all depends on the players and the management, we need to come together and work as a team and go out there to deliver.”
The Black Stars are in Group G of the World Cup qualifiers, where they face South Africa, Zimbabwe and Ethiopia.
Ghana have qualified for next year’s Nations Cup in Cameroon.