Egypt Are More Scared Of Playing Ghana – Ambassador Sinare
Ghana’s Ambassador to Egypt Alhaji Said Sinare insists the Pharaohs are scared to the bone at the prospect of playing the Black Stars.
Ghana will be hosting the record African Cup winners in the first leg of the 2014 World Cup playoffs on October 15 in Kumasi.
Ghana coach Akwasi Appiah has named a strong star-studded side including the likes of Kevin-Prince Boateng, Michael Essien, Sulley Munatri and Andre Ayew to face the experienced Egyptian team.
And Alhaji Sinare in gauging the pulse of his ‘adopted’ country ahead of the epic clash in Kumasi concludes Egypt are the more unhappier side going into this game.
‘As much as we all know that this match is going to be a tough match, it is not going to be an easy match, the Egyptians themselves are so scared of us,’ he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
‘They are very much uncomfortable playing Ghana. Everywhere in Egypt, every single city as much as we are also praying very hard that we win this match, they are also doing the same.
‘But they are very uncomfortable because they know what we can do. They know what Ghana can do.
‘For me I am not scared, I am not. I know we will go through Insha Allah.’
The former Chairman of Great Olympics however admits it is sad both African heavyweights will not be able to qualify for the World Cup in Brazil.
‘It is just unfortunate that two strong teams are meeting,’ he adds.
‘Because these two teams deserve to be at the World Cup and for them to meet, it is a different ball game all together.
Ghana is chasing a third consecutive appearance at the World Cup while Egypt chase their first since 1990.
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