Being confident he could make the final cut for Brazil, Black Stars defender Harrison Afful has promised to give in his best at the Copa Mundial come next month.
Harrison Afful, who missed the last edition of the tournament in South Africa will be making his debut World Cup appearance with the Black Stars. But the 27 year-old versatile left-back says he will offer his maximum best for the team in Brazil.
The former Kumasi Asante Kotoko player, who now plays for Tunisia giants Espérance Sportive de Tunis, believes playing at the World Cup is like a dream come true and he is going to give his best when given the opportunity.
‘With the support of Ghanaians I think everything is going on well for Harrison Afful. It’s like a dream come true and everything is going on well for me so I am going to give my maximum best at the tournament when am given the opportunity to play,’ Harrison said before the team enplaned to the Netherlands.
The former Feyenoord Academy product is however expected to make head coach Kwesi Appiah’s squad to the tournament which has 16 days to kick start.
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