Black Stars players silently arrived in Ghana at 3:00am after shameful AFCON defeat
Black Stars players silently arrived in Ghana at 3:00am: The day of shame that Ghanaians can never forgive its national team is when the team conceded 3-2 goals defeat to Comoros in the 3rd round of play at the group stages of the AFCON 2022.
Most Ghanaians are very disappointed in the national team after they performed abysmally in the tournament that got them out of the game.
Ghana was in Group C with Morocco, Gabon, and Comoros and couldn’t win any of their three matches. This placed Black Stars at the bottom of the group with a single point.
Black Stars since 2006 has never been eliminated from AFCON at the group stages, therefore this leaves behind a humiliating defeat history.
TV3 Sports journalist, by the name Thierry Nyann tweeted that; “Correct source says Black Stars arrived in Ghana at 3AM this morning. 3AM !!!!!!!! If they won the trophy, they’d have arrived in the afternoon to get fans. They’ve gone to their homes silently.”
Correct source says Black Stars arrived in Ghana at 3AM this morning.
If they won the trophy, they’d have arrived in the afternoon to get fans. They’ve gone to their homes silently.
— Thierry Nyann (@nyannthierry) January 20, 2022
Meanwhile, the Youth and Sports Ministry has summoned the leadership of the GFA to an emergency meeting following the poor performance at the AFCON 2022 in Cameroon.
A statement signed by the Sports Minister, Mustapha Ussif said the performance of the team was hugely disappointing and Ghanaians want an urgent response.
It further stated that an emergency meeting has been scheduled for Friday, with the leadership of the Ghana Footbal Association (GFA) summoned to discuss how to get the team back on track.
“The entire country is extremely disappointed by the abysmal performance and early exit of the Black Stars from the ongoing 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon, and the Ministry of Youth and Sports shares in the nation’s sentiment,” a section of the statement said.
“With the government providing the team all the needed logistical and financial support including resources for preparation and participation in the qualifier stage to the tournament and eventually a pre-tournament camping in Qatar, the ministry is particularly disappointed in the team’s performance.
“The Ministry has summoned the Ghana Football Association (GFA) leadership to an emergency meeting scheduled for Friday, 21st January, 2021,” it added.
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