Soccer News of Tuesday, 19 February 2013
The former striker is sure that the Black Stars can qualify for the Brazil 2014 World Cup with the introduction of a few experienced players
Germany-based Uefa licensed B coach Annor Aziz is well convinced that Ghana will flourish with the introduction of some experienced players to beef up the squad.
The former Accra Hearts of Oak and Obuasi Ashanti Gold striker insisted that the team did well in the just ended Africa Cup of Nations tournament in South Africa, but was quick to point out that the young players need some experienced ones to push them.
“The introduction of Michael Essien, Sulley Muntari, Andre and Jordan Ayew will help make the team much stronger to help qualify us to Brazil 2014,” Aziz told Graphic Sports.
“The coach is okay, he did well, he played his part and the players were also expected to play their part.”
A goal assassin in his early days, Aziz was leading the goal king race in the 1994-1995 Ghana league before moving on transfer to Poland by the Phobians.
He also featured for clubs in Peru and the German bundesliga before hanging his boots due to injuries.