Black Galaxies head coach, Annor Walker, says Ghana’s game against Sudan is vital to their chances of staying up in the 2022 African Nations Championship (CHAN).
Ghana is currently locked on zero points after losing the opening game to Madagascar on Sunday, January 15.
With Ghana expected to receive three points from their final Group C game against Morocco, just like the other two teams, Ghana will have to win against Sudan to have a better chance of advancing to the knockout phase of the competition.
“Yes, it’s a must-win for us. We suffered a painful defeat to Madagascar in our first match,” he said in his presser ahead of Thursday’s game.
“The defeat has disturbed our campaign but we have a must-win game [today] to correct our wrongs. We know anything aside a win will not help us so we are focused on doing our job tomorrow. We will go into the game with everything we can do to win [today].
Midfielder David Abagna Sanda also believes the team would have to put their mistake made against Madagascar behind them and turn their attention to Sudan.
“The loss is now behind us. Yes, we were disappointed, but the tournament is still open for us to do well. It will not be an easy game. All the teams that are here are very competitive, so we will need to ensure that we execute our plan accordingly and give it our best shot” he added.
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