It’s sad Black Stars couldn’t shine in Qatar but the future is bright – Michael Osei

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Bibiani GoldStars SC coach, Michael Osei says it was no surprise Ghana couldn’t qualify to the next stage of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

According to the former Ghanaian midfielder, virtually a new team will be difficult to commitment and cohesion especially at the global showpiece since many have not played together.

Ghana got exited from the Mundial following a 2-0 defeat to Uruguay in their Group H last game at the Al Janoub Stadium in Qatar.

The Black Stars needed a draw to sail through to the round of 16, having amass a win from South Korea following a 3-2 scoreline but failed to grab that glorious opportunity of picking a point against Uruguay.

Hence, Ghana’s exit from the tournament.

Speaking to Footballghana. Com , Ghanaian trainer Michael Osei said he expected this to happen though its pathetic but there is hope for the future.

He again urge the Ghana Football Association to maintain the current crop of players and develop them for the future.

“They did well but I said we should lower our expectations because this is a team that many of them before the world cup have not played any game for the National team before, so it will take time for the players to get know themselves”

“Cohesion everything will take a time but we also have a young team that we can develop them for the future. I know is sad but I was not so surprised

With our knowledge and experience in the game we know it can go that way too. Is really sad and painful” he said.

The four-time African champions will now turn focus to the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.

Ghana is housed in Group D with four points from the first two games of the qualifiers.

Story Kolog Bonaventure

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