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CHAN 2023: Ghana Coach Speaks Ahead of Sudan Clash

Ghana coach Annor Walker is optimistic that his side can beat Sudan in Thursday’s second African Nations Championship Group C match.

The Black Galaxies will face the Falcons of Jedaine at the Chadin Hamlaoiui Stadium in Constantine, Algeria, at 20h00 GMT.

Ghana lost 2-1 to debutants Madagascar in their opening match played Sunday, a game where substitute Augustine scored the lone goal for the West Africans.

Annor Walker stated during the pre-match press conference that they have properly assessed their opener defeat and have promised to change the game’s approach.

“We played Madagascar last Sunday, and the painful defeat worried us. Tomorrow is a must-win for us. We identified the individual mistakes as well as where it went wrong as a collective. I know a lot of people were disappointed like us, but I can assure you that people will definitely see a different Ghana tomorrow,” warned Walker.

The coach revealed that his players were affected by the defeat to Madagascar, but they are now mentally strong and ready to face Sudan.

“The players were naturally down after the loss, but we have worked on this together as a team. They also understand that they are representing their country, so it is equally important that they themselves lift their heads up because it is not over yet. Mentally and physically, they have recovered, and we have strategized our game plan for tomorrow,” said Walker.

Madagascar tops Group C with three points, while the Black Galaxies are at the bottom ahead of their final group game against Sudan.

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