The founder of King Faisal Babies has blamed the lack of support for the Black Stars on the revelations of the ongoing Presidential Commission set up to ascertain the reasons for Ghana’s poor showing at the World Cup.
According to Alhaji Karim Grunsah, the disclosures being made by the Commission is fresh on the minds of people and that is the main reason for which Ghanaian football fans are not happy with the Senior National Team.
Though he is of the conviction the Commission is doing a good job, Alhaji Grunsah say; “…if the Commission was not in place at the moment, Ghanaians would have forgotten about the events that characterized the Black Stars early exit from the World Cup”.
The out-spoken Football Administrator, however, called on the leadership of Ghana Football Association (GFA) to expedite action to engage the services of psychologists, in order to help the players “to get over what happened in Kumasi”.
“…I would want to play a party in helping to talk to the boys for them to put the behavior of the fans during the Uganda match behind them,” He said on Adom FM.
This comes on the back of a hostile reception the Black Stars of Ghana met before and during their African Cup qualifier match with the Cranes of Uganda.
Not only was the stadium half full but the Ghanaian players were jeered throughout the game by their own fans with the aim of registering their (fans) displeasure with events that took place in the just ended World Cup in Brazil.
Meanwhile, Alhaji Karim Grunsah wants the team to focus on the future by letting go of what occurred over the weekend.