Kurt Okraku, President of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has admitted the difficulty he faces trying to answer the questions on the Black Stars horrific showing at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon.
Four-time champions, Ghana made their worst ever appearance at Africa’s flagship football competition, exiting the group stage of the tournament with a meagre one point.
Drawn in Group C along with Morocco, Gabon, and debutants Comoros, the Black Stars finished bottom with just a point from 3 games and a deficit goal aggregate of -2.
The disastrous showing has sparked outraged in the West African nation with many asking questions on what went wrong for the Black Stars in Cameroon.
And speaking to the issue in an interview, Kurt Okraku admitted that he struggles to find answers as to why the team failed in their bid to end a fourty-year long trophy drought.
“It is a very easy question to ask but it is also a very difficult answer to give,” the GFA boss told Asempa FM on Thursday.
The Ghanaian contingent has arrived in Accra following their abysmal showing at the tournament.
Meanwhile, the Ministry of Youth and Sports has summoned the leadership of the Ghana Football Asoociation to an Emergency meeting slated for Friday January 22, 2021.