Owner and bankroller of Ghana Premier League outfit Medeama, Moses Armah Parker says the Black Stars will always be at the World Cup under Kurt Okraku’s administration.
The Black Stars participated in the 2022 World Cup in Kurt Okraku’s first term in office and are chasing their second straight qualification in his second term as the Ghana FA president.
The four-time Africa champions begins the 2026 World Cup qualifications with a home game against Madagascar on Thursday, November 17, 2023.
Ghana are aiming to kick start the qualifying campaign on a high when they lock horns with Madagascar.
After the Madagascar clash, the West Africa powerhouse will travel to Moroni to face Comoros on Tuesday, November 21.
Speaking to Kessben FM monitored by Footballghana.com, the former management committee member of the Black Stars emphasized Ghana will not fail World Cup qualification under Kurt Okraku’s reign.
“I will plead with Ghanaians to troop to the stadium in their numbers to support the Black Stars so we can cruise to victory, at least four goals against Madagascar will be okay”
“Now that Kurt Okraku is in charge of the football association, Ghana will not fail in World Cup, we always have to be at the mundial under Kurt. I will believe stadium will be full and the Black Stars will deliver” he told Kessben FM monitored by Footballghana.com.
Ghana are aiming for their fifth World Cup qualification having participated in 2006, 2010, 2014 and 2022.