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We will work harder to correct our mistakes – Richard Ofori assures Ghanaians after Ghana’s AFCON failure

Ghana goalkeeper, Richard Ofori has assured Ghanaians that the Black Stars will work harder to get back to their best after the failures at the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) tournament.

In a post on Instagram, the goalkeeper has apologised to Ghanaians for the poor displays at the tournament in Ivory Coast.

“To the wonderful people of Ghana, I humbly extend my heartfelt apologies for our team’s performance at AFCON. As a collective, we fell short. We gave our all in previous games, and it pains me that we couldn’t achieve the desired result in the end,” Richard Ofori said.

The goalkeeper continued, “I want to express our gratitude for your unwavering support and reassure you that we love God and are committed to learning from this experience. We promise to work harder, address our mistakes, and strive for a better outcome in the future. Your understanding means the world to us.”

Richard Ofori after Ghana’s exit from the 2023 AFCON has been criticised by many Ghanaians for what has been described as a poor performance in the post for the Black Stars.

Many have insisted that he should not be allowed to come closer to the national team again.




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