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Black Stars will win world cup – GFA member

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Executive Committee Member of the Ghana Football Association, Dr. Tony Aubynn has reiterated his conviction that Ghana will be Champions of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

The Medeama Board Chairman had indicated during the launch of the Stars4Qatar promo that he dreamt of the Black Stars presenting the World Cup trophy back home in Ghana.

Otto Addo’s team will head into the global tournament as the lowest ranked of the 32 qualified nations.

However, Dr. Aubynn is confident, that the Black Stars can prove their doubters wrong when the competition begins in November.

“If you don’t dream big, you never get there. Forget about being the lowest-ranked nation. In 2006, we were amongst the lowest ranked countries in the world. But, we went and beat number 2, the Czech Republic. We beat them simply. And then, we beat the United States. We were not pushovers even with our low ranking before the match.”

He added, “If you look at the kind of preparations we are putting together, I am sure by the time we end the World Cup], they will change our rankings. We can move from grass to grace.”

Ghana is ranked 60th in the latest FIFA rankings ahead of the World Cup and will face Portugal, South Korea, and Uruguay, who are all in the top 20.

Meanwhile, Highlife sensation Akwaboah has released a theme song to mobilize support for the Black Stars team.

After teasing fans for some weeks now, the song titled “Bring Back the Love” dropped on all digital platforms last Friday, December 16, 2022.

According to Akwaboah, Ghana has the potential to win the World Cup and this is the song that will propel the Black Stars to ultimate victory in Qatar and beyond.

“We all need to play our role and back our Black Stars in unity and in spirit. It is time to bring back the love,” he said.

The song “Bring back the love” seeks to engage football fans all over the world in support of Ghana’s fourth appearance at the FIFA World Cup 2022.

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