With Daniel Amartey sidelined due to a slow recovery from a suspected hamstring injury, Kassim Nuhu emerges as a likely starter for the Black Stars in the upcoming FIFA World Cup qualifier against Comoros.
Nuhu, who stepped in to replace Amartey during the match against Madagascar, is anticipated to play a crucial role alongside Nicholas Opoku in the heart of the defense.
The coaching staff is likely to entrust him with the responsibility of fortifying the backline as Ghana seeks a positive result against Comoros.
As the team prepares for the crucial encounter, Nuhu’s experience and defensive prowess position him as a key player to watch in the absence of Amartey.
The spotlight now turns to how Nuhu will contribute to the Black Stars’ efforts to secure a victory in Moroni on Tuesday.