2019-afcon-qualifier-anas-expose-must-not-affect-black-stars-ghanaian-actor-pusherThe Black Stars of Ghana will be taking on the Harambee Stars of Kenya in the 2019 AFCON qualifiers on Saturday and that will be exactly three months and two days after the famous Anas No.12 Exposé.
The video documentary by the controversial journalist has trembled the foundation of Ghana football bringing football to a halt forcing FIFA to establish a Normalization Committee that will oversee the running of Ghana football for some months.
Following the Exposé, the Black Stars will for the first time assemble and play a top international game.
Many Ghanaians believe the Exposé will have an effect on the team but famous Ghanaian actor Adjetey Annan Pusher says the players must not allow what happened to take a heavy toll on them.
“It is a very sensitive issue that we are all grappling with and I’m sure it will definitely have some kind of negative impact on the team. But I believe these guys are professionals who play on different bigger stages so it shouldn’t affect them.
“They should, more or less focus on the job at hand, help us, not to forget about the exposé, but give us something new to rekindle our hopes in football.
“Otherwise, a defeat will throw us back into that bitterness and sadness again,” he added.
Ghana are already on top of Group F with3 points after recording a heavy 5-0 win over Ethiopia in the opening clash of the qualifiers.
By: Sheikh Tophic Sienu @desheikh1 on twitter2018-09-04 18:49:17Afcon