The renowned Franco-Togolese journalist is well convinced that the Black Stars will reach the last eight in the Fifa elite tournament come this summer.
A Franco-Togolese journalist Droual Solange has predicted that Ghana will reach the quarter-finals of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Solange who lives in Paris and has worked for media houses such as Eurosport and Afrik-foot.com is very confident that the Black Stars will make Africa proud once again.
“I see Ghana repeat the feat of the quarterfinals in 2014. This is a solid team that is constantly growing. During the CAN 2013, we saw the Black Stars below their level because of the absence of some key players,” Solange told Africatopsports.
“I think the Ayew brothers for example were not in the team during the AFCON, but the team looks set now for the World Cup in Brazil, they will go all out.”
Solange added: “There is also Nigeria making a strong comeback after failing in recent years. Cote D’Ivoire is my doubt. Despite an impressive team on paper, they do not do well in major tournaments. Cameroon and Algeria are below par.”