In a recent interview with Kessben FM, Moses Armah Parker, a former management committee member of the Black Stars, expressed unwavering confidence in Ghana’s 2026 World Cup qualification under the leadership of Kurt Okrak.
The Medeama SC Bankroller urged Ghanaians to rally behind the national team, ahead of the match against Madagascar at the Baba Yara Stadium on Friday.
“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,” Parker stated, highlighting the optimism surrounding Ghana’s upcoming matches.
With Kurt Okraku at the helm of the football association, Parker firmly asserted that Ghana would not falter in its quest for World Cup qualification. “Now that Kurt Okraku is in charge, Ghana will not fail in the World Cup. We always have to be at the mundial under Kurt,” he affirmed, expressing confidence in Okraku’s leadership.
Parker went on to predict a vibrant atmosphere in the stadium, anticipating full attendance as fans unite to cheer on the Black Stars. “I believe the stadium will be full, and the Black Stars will deliver,” he declared.
Ghana, seeking their fifth World Cup qualification, previously participated in the global football spectacle in 2006, 2010, 2014, and 2022.