Chief Executive Officer of MTN Ghana, Selorm Adadevoh has entreated Ghanaians to continue backing the Black Stars despite their exit from the Africa Cup of Nations
Ghana suffered back to back exit from the first round of the competition.
The Black Stars only picked two points from the possible nine points without winning a game in the 34 edition of the continental showpiece.
“When you support a team, you have to support through the good and the bad times. The Black Stars are going through a tough time right now and it’s important for us to continue to support so we can rebuild the structures that are required for the Black Stars to [succeed],” Adadevoh said.
“There’s a lot of pride with the Black Stars. When you talk about Ghana, outside of Ghana, there are maybe three or four things people talk about. They talk about the Black Stars, they talk about Kwame Nkrumah, and sometimes Kofi Annan.
“So there’s a lot we need to show the Black Stars to allow them the chance to be the Black Stars that we all expect them to be,” he said.
The GFA has set a deadline of February 2 for the submission of applications from potential candidates interested in filling the vacant coaching role for the national team.
By: Gbordzor Promise