Kwesi Appiah’s 26…My Opinion

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I sincerely believe it was a matter of competition and not where you compete. You should be good enough to merit a place in the league and so I am of the firm conviction that, each player was selected on competitive basis with no regards to where they ply their trade.

The absence of the local players in the 26-man squad to me has nothing to with the quality of the league but a demonstration of pure competition for a place in the national team.

Who should be dropped? If am given the opportunity to drop before the final assessment game in Netherlands, I will drop Albert Adomah, because I doubt if he has what it takes to perform on a stage like the world cup. He has never demonstrated any extra ordinary quality for me. I will be compelled to chop off Jordan Ayew though he has in recent times lifted up his performance in the French league but I doubt if he will be able to replicate that at the World Cup. Moreover, I have never liked his attitude on and off the field.

For Accam, to make it in the final 26 represents a great milestone in his career, but I sincerely believe, Warris, Prince Baoteng and Gyan are too huge competitions for him to overcome and must try his luck the next time.

I am tempted to believe Afriyie Acquah may be sacrificed by the technical team, not on the basis of form, but may be on the grounds of long service and stiff competition in midfield, but with card prone Rabiu Mohamed, out of form, Essien and Muntari, I think he should be maintained as a cover up for the team.

There is a saying that, every coach has his own philosophy of the game, and I sincerely believe every sports journalists also has his or her philosophy of the game and the views expressed are just a perfect reflection what my good self Affi “Brittania” Xorlali.

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