Stephen Appiah raises huge concerns about Ghana’s CAN 2023 issues

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Stephen Appiah raises huge concerns about Ghana’s CAN 2023 issues

Deputy Minister for Youth and Sports, Evans Opoku Bobie recently revealed that his Ministry doesn't know where the team will set up camp for the 2023

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Deputy Minister for Youth and Sports, Evans Opoku Bobie recently revealed that his Ministry doesn’t know where the team will set up camp for the 2023 AFCON.

Former Black Stars skipper, Stephen Appiah, has shared his thoughts on Ghana’s still indecisiveness on where to set up camp ahead of the 2023 AFCON.

Speaking to Joy Sports on the minister’s revelation, Appiah said, “Not knowing where to pitch camp at this point brings a lot of destruction because, at the end of the day when you are going to a tournament, you want everything to be done ahead of time”.

“Here we are, and we still do not know the venue where the team will go and camp”.

“We hope that whatever is happening, they (GFA) know better. They should finalise everything so the boys will go to camp in peace. They will represent Ghana well in Cote d’Ivoire and we will see what will come out with”, he continued.

Ghana is in Group B with Egypt, Cape Verde and Mozambique. The Black Stars open their campaign with a fixture against Cape Verde on 14th January 2004 at the Stade Felix Houphouet-Boigny in Abidjan.

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